Vigil promotes visibility amongst transgender community members

An air of sadness filled the Atrium Building downtown last Friday as participants in the 17th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance vigil read through...

Exhibit competes at world-class level; Students display creative works

“Don’t let the idea that it’s a student art exhibit at a community college throw you off,” Jennifer Salzman, Art Gallery Director said. Salzman...

First Flickers of The Torch

Lane Community College’s “new” independent student newspaper announced its official name, The Torch, in the second edition of the first volume, on Dec. 6,...
Photo of Spring at Lane Community College

Campus springs to life

Clouds of rain part, bringing spring back to Lane’s campus and the surrounding wilderness. Beautiful weather compels students to experience our outdoor campus that...

One small step for students, one giant leap for Lane

NASA awards $90,000 grant This summer, three Oregon community colleges received grants from  Space Administration Space Grant Consortium totaling $500,000. The community colleges included in...

Exhibitions impress visitors; Lane students showcase professional-grade projects

Foreign troops have invaded America. It seems as though the world is coming to an end. Esther has to choose between panicking, committing suicide...

Seeds of climate change

After the Juliana v. US case was delayed, the front-runners of the case met up at the Wildish Community Theatre on Nov....
Robin Williams and Sgt. Ryker, Public Safety officers, demonstrate various self defence techniques during the Wellness Fair in the Center for Meeting and Learning on Tuesday January 26, 2016.

Guns on campus?

Robin Williams and Sgt. Ryker, Public Safety officers, demonstrate various self defence techniques during the Wellness Fair in the Center for Meeting and...

Fifty years gone

A new look back at the old Center Building As construction concludes on Lane’s new Center Building, the Archives department has offered a glimpse at...