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Pacific gathers for march

Tyler Brown

Pacific University held Take Back the Night two weeks ago, as students marched up Main Street speaking out against sexual violence. The event is about standing up for victims of sexual assault and creating an understanding environment for those who have been through such incidents. The entire Un...  Read More »

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Muslim students start a new club

Erika Vives

Pacific welcomes a brand new club to campus this semester. The Muslim Student Association (MSA), which has seven active members, holds weekly meetings discussing upcoming events to help others on campus learn more about the Muslim culture. “Our main goal is to challenge stereotypes an...  Read More »

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Berglund Center holds Inspired Ideas Competition

Madison Thompson and Keith Wallach

Pacific University hosted the second annual Berglund Center Inspired Ideas Competition, IIC. This competition invites undergraduate and graduate students for a chance to win thousands of dollars in scholarships and professional support for an original idea. While a competitor does not ha...  Read More »

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Media arts professor will take sabbatical next fall

Keith Wallach

A number of professors are going on sabbatical next year, and among them is professor Mike Geraci. Geraci will be going on sabbatical in the fall to delve into interactive documentaries and find the interworking of how they are made and for what purpose. Pacific University gives professors t...  Read More »

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President Hallick talks renovations

Keith Wallach

Pacific University will make many small renovations this summer and will start to address parking problems on campus according to President Hallick. She said that parking has been an issue for faculty, staff and students for the past few years as the university has grown. While there are enoug...  Read More »

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GRE test preparation offers students support

Madison Thompson

On Saturday, April 24, a free Graduate Records Examination (GRE) test prep event was held on campus. Chris Lane, a Computer Science and Mathematics professor, ran the event. Lane frequently contributes questions to the Advanced Placement (AP) Calculus exam and works closely with the nations...  Read More »

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Opinion

Editor talks academics

Carrie Ann Randolf

It was Aristotle who first divided up the subject areas and our modern universities tend to protect those boundaries that he created. Most universities will have dis...  Read More »

April 28, 2016 • 0 comments

Editor defends current legislation on smoking age

April 28, 2016

Over the last four decades the number of people smoking cigarettes has decreased immensely. In ...  Read More »

Student advocates change in smoking age

April 28, 2016

Each day in the United States, 580 children under the age of 18 become regular daily smokers and a thi...  Read More »

Student athlete challenges regulation

April 18, 2016

For those who do not know, Division III athletes who participate in any sport for their respective u...  Read More »

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Video

Boxercast May 10, 2016

Happy last day of classes Boxers! Our final Boxercast of the semester features the Improv Troupe, "Improm" performance, the Center for Civic Engagement's presentation on Housing Insecurity, the Give n' Go donation pods around campus, the Media Arts department's student film screenings, graduation information, the West Virginia primary election, and international news.

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Sports

Lacrosse earns championship title

Max Kirkendall

The women’s lacrosse team finished up the spring season with a 10-4 overall record and a 7-1 conference record. After beating Whitman College April 24 in Walla ...  Read More »

May 5, 2016 • 0 comments

The Pacific men’s and women’s track and field teams hosted the Pacific Open April 16. The women finished in first out of 12 teams while the men took fourth place. The Boxers also competed in the Northwest Conference Championships April 23-24. The women placed fifth out of eight teams and the men finished in eighth.

Track and field thrives throughout season

May 5, 2016

This year, under the new coaching of Matt Lydum, the Pacific University track and field team had an overall successful season. Multiple sc...  Read More »

Baseball program continues to progress

May 5, 2016

The Boxers wrapped up the 2016 season with a 9-4 loss to Willamette University on May 1. Pacific ended with an overall record of 25-1...  Read More »

The men’s and women’s tennis teams played their final home matches April 16-17. The men beat George Fox University, while the women beat Willamette University.

Tennis wraps up successful season

May 5, 2016

Both men’s and women’s tennis teams season have come to an end, with both programs seeing growth and success. Pacific’s men’s ...  Read More »

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