Pacific demonstrates zero tolerance for discrimination

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At least four teenage suicide incidents in late September and October unleashed a whirlwind of national media coverage focusing on bullying based on teens’ perceived sexual orientation. One of the most widely reported suicide victims was Tyler Clementi, an 18-year-old … Continued

Going green with a new kind of grass

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Are you familiar with breast implants? What about cell phones? How about computers, solar panels, or even your nearest night light? If so then we have a common friend, or should I say two? All of the aforementioned items are … Continued

CGE co-chairs strive for equality

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Pacific’s Center for Gender Equity is responsible for planning a large number of the seminars, public speaking and entertainment events that have visited the campus over the years including the “Brown Bag Lunch Series,” and celebrity sex and relationship columnist. … Continued

University planning advising center

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Beginning in January, students will have another resource for advising questions.  The university is currently in the process of hiring a director to head a new advising center. According to Assistant Dean of Arts and Sciences Steve Smith, the advising … Continued

Homecoming returns to Pacific

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Pacific takes a turn to bring back a traditional homecoming for students and community. With the fall of 2000 being the last homecoming for Pacific, student represenatives and staff rally to put together a weekend full of events. Starting on … Continued