NCAA Sports Betting

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The DIII athlete’s sports bet the most among all NCAA divisions.     In 2018, the Supreme Court gave freedom to individual states whether to legalize sports betting. Including Oregon, 38 states have done so, with 29 allowing online wagering. It has … Continued

Not When in Rome

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Where to report perceived faculty misconduct  I hate writing this article. I hate that this happened, and I hate that it has to be written about. But when people make bad decisions, they should not be swept under the rug—and … Continued

Four Years Later 

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Four years after the COVID-19 outbreak, Boxers are divided if there is still a pandemic. Four years ago, most of us first learned about coronavirus as news stories about canceled basketball games and quarantined cruise ships began to circulate—and then, … Continued

Inspiring The Next Generation

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Girls from the community came to learn and play with Pacific’s Women’s athletes   Support for women’s sports begins at a young age, and Pacific is doing its part to encourage local girls to participate in athletic activities. Throughout her life, … Continued

Street-level Education

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Professor Boykoff’s Politics of Homelessness Course immerses students in the pressing realities of homelessness in Portland through both travel and classroom materials.  The distance between Forest Grove and Portland is approximately 25 miles. Students attending colleges and universities have heard … Continued

Boxers on Ice

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The Pacific Hockey Team runs the table again! Pacific Universities Hockey team is 9-0 in conference play and having their no shocker of a good season. Their starting lineup consists of all seniors, Annie Berry, Zander Breault, Avari Schumacher, Chandler … Continued

Next Up!

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The Women’s Softball team looks to rebuild this upcoming season with a new head coach.    With multiple head coaches in the past four years, Pacific University women’s softball has had a revolving door of leadership. And, after a tumultuous and … Continued

Benching the bench

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After controversial graffiti, the university struggles with unregulated free speech     On the morning of November 15, Pacific University students awoke to the Spirit Bench sprayed in Palestine’s red, green and white colors, circled by sliced watermelon, with “Free Palestine” written … Continued