Poet Laureate Joy Harjo Shares Famous Works with Pacific Students

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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.

Bon Appétit Hires Three New Members for the Management Team After Staff Departures

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Three Bon Appétit managers suddenly quit their positions with university dining services just after orientation, spurring the hiring of three new staff members. The former managers of General Dining, Catering, and Dining Operations left looking for a change in the work environment outside of the food industry.

The Center for Gender Equity Settles Into Their New Home in Scott Hall

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The Center for Gender Equity (CGE) moved into a new space in Scott Hall in August earlier this year, which is slowly becoming the home for all student life centers like the Student Multicultural Center (SMC), McCall Center for Student Engagement (MCCE), and now the CGE. Tucked behind the stairs down the hallway of the first floor, you’ll find the Pride Boxer in front of the new CGE office, Scott 127

“Among Us” Characters Taped to Spirit Bench for Incredibly Online Reasons

A slew of paper notes with “Among Us” characters printed on them was removed from the Spirit Bench in late September, an act of protest later determined to be because this particular phrase was removed by moderators of Pacific University’s official instant messaging service Discord, Boxercord.