Index Staff Playlist: Hit the road! songs for traveling home for the holidays

This week, editor-in-chief Isabelle Williams and student life editor Ashley Meza wanted to share their go-to songs for long travels; seeing that the holidays are coming up and some students will be traveling home, whether it be down the street, across the country, or across the globe.

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Dear Pacific, There’s Nothing Else to Mow

The other day, I was taking a nap in my Vandervelden Court apartment to try to alleviate a migraine, when I was awakened by a loud whirring right outside my window. I immediately recognized it as the sound of one of Pacific Landscape Management’s lawnmowers going back and forth from University Avenue to my building–the obnoxious droning growing softer and louder.

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Poet Laureate Joy Harjo Shares Famous Works with Pacific Students

Pacific University’s Visiting Writers Series welcomed 3-term Poet Laureate of the United States, musician, and playwright Joy Harjo to campus via Zoom on Oct. 28, 2021 to give a reading of some of her work. Harjo gave a 45-minute reading of several pieces of poetry, prose, and song before holding a 15-minute Q & A with participants.

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