On the evening of Oct. 20, staff and students at Pacific University walked around the entire campus with CPS and other safety officials to identify dangerous areas and determine future steps to improve overall campus safety.
Walking down the path between Vanders’, the familiar hint of red looking up to the sky and the slight crunch underneath our feet is a highly missed feeling. The cold morning weather welcomes cozy clothes and a warm pumpkin spice latte from Starbucks. Although these indications of the changing seasons are unnoticeable to some, they are reminders of the good things to come from the upcoming fall season.
The 2020-2021 school year was confusing, frustrating, and draining. Our college education was moving forward, or just beginning for some, in the midst of a pandemic. The ever-changing COVID-19 protocols and uncertainty of our future made it impossible to find a routine with school, sports, and extracurriculars. Students on and off campus struggled to find normalcy in their college education, and for many freshmen, their experience was cut short.