Clinic offers free exams

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The graduate optometry program is currently based on the Forest Grove campus, which benefits the faculty, staff and undergraduates of Arts and Sciences. Students of Pacific are able to receive free comprehensive eye exams with or without insurance.  Students who … Continued

Letter to the Editor: Alaskans place your vote

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Dear Editor: Alaskan students, I am a 1994 graduate of Pacific University, and my first opportunity for voting absentee took place while I was attending Pacific University.  Please prior to your voting this year read the following. Joe Miller is … Continued

Sustainability minor proposed

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A sustainability minor could be going before faculty as soon as November. Art Professor Terry O’day, who has helped develop the minor, said it will focus on issues surrounding sustainability, including civic engagement, culture, the scientific aspects of sustainability and … Continued

Woman escapes abduction near campus

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An 18-year-old woman and Forest Grove resident, is claiming to be the victim of an attempted kidnapping. Police are still investigating the report of the incident that happened last Tuesday, Oct. 12. “If all the facts in this case as … Continued

Fieldhouse demands improvement

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After playing intramural indoor soccer in the field house I’ve come to realize that frankly, that building just doesn’t cut it. There’s grime on the floor, various items haphazardly strewn about, and a crowded, decrepit feeling to the place. Honestly, … Continued

Deardorff and Lee continue to lead, succeed

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This season, Pacific’s cross country teams have had two members in particular that are challenging themselves and also bringing together their teams for the win. The cross country season started off with a bang for Joe Deardorff. Just a sophomore, … Continued

Internships offer real world experience

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The Career Development Center has opportunities for students to get a jump-start into their aspiring careers. By acquiring an internship while at college, students can see for themselves if their desired profession is actually what they want to commit the … Continued

Abstraction: It’s all a matter of perspective

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Maturity is a complex, contestable status that isn’t ever easily defined. Most people in our contemporary, American culture would agree, though, that being able to be successful, both socially and academically in college requires some sort of maturity that is … Continued