Lights, Camera, Action

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Pacific seniors prepare to showcase their short films For one day every year, Pacific’s Media Arts Department rents the Clinton Street Theater in southeast Portland to showcase the films of graduating seniors. This year, ten students will display their Capstone … Continued

Respect The Crease!

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Checking in with Lacrosse With Spring Sports in full swing, The Boxer Lacrosse has been at the forefront of competing. “Our culture is really good this year. Our lacrosse skill is not quite where we all want it to be, … Continued

Keeping up with the Binders

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Pacific Women’s Tennis is a family business Coaching collegiate sports is not for the faint of heart: It requires a level of dedication, passion and commitment above-and-beyond. It is a testing endeavor that requires a coach to take young adults, … Continued

Pacific’s Public Health Leaders

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Reproductive Justice Action Team recognized for public health efforts    In the first week of April, countless gatherings were held across the country in celebration of this year’s National Public Health Week. On Friday, April 5 in Washington County, dozens of … Continued

Coming Home! 

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President Coyle helps solve the 55-year old mystery of the missing Boxer After the recurring Boxer Brawl in 1969—an annual tradition in which students rugby scrummed over an 18-pound statue of the Boxer mascot—the original Boxer statue disappeared; and ever … Continued

Summer is for School

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Celebrating the Awardees of Pacific’s Summer Research Grants As summer approaches, Pacific University has announced its undergraduate research grant recipients. This year, Pacific has bestowed ten students the honor, including Mason Carvalho, Maya Deferme, Kristine Dillon, Sarah Hon, Lane Johnson, … Continued

Pick Your Place on Campus

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A closer look into how “Pick Your Place” affects student housing As the costs of living and property prices continue to increase around the country, colleges nationwide are feeling the effects. State schools are struggling to fit students into on-campus … Continued