Art exhibit walks all over history; Kara Walker rocks the Jordan...

The work of a widely known contemporary African-American artist is displayed at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art through April 6. Emancipating the Past: Kara...

Instructors screen documentaries in Building 19

Two Lane instructors have rallied together to present a free, four-part documentary movie series for students and faculty, which depicts injustices toward women today...

Idaho artist comes to Lane; “Locus” painting presents narrative

"When painting, I am actively creating while simultaneously destroying," artist Laura Ahola-Young said of her creative process. "I thoroughly develop meanings and imagery in...

Student art show accepting submissions

The art department at Lane is encouraging students to submit their artwork for the annual Student Exhibition and the League of Innovations competition by...

Oregon moves toward rent protection

Oregon is experiencing an influx of people moving to the state. According to a survey conducted by United Van Lines, Oregon was the most...

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,...

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...

Multimedia students kickoff card game

Lane Multimedia students Brian Ross and Derek Watson have been hard at work creating “Forever Football” — a football themed card game designed to be...