Senior chosen as graduation speaker

Senior chosen as graduation speaker

A graduation speaker’s role is to give one final speech that will enlighten the audience and give all of the graduating students inspiration to go out into the world and make a difference. Yet, the challenge is finding someone who can invoke... READ MORE »»

Lighting the path: Students, city debate safety measures

For roughly 42 percent of students living off campus, there are quite a few who live close enough to Pacific University, but who walk to and from campus daily. Although the walk is generally not a long one for most students, there are areas... READ MORE »»

Editorial: Function remains out of focus as university tackles aesthetic

Editorial: Function remains out of focus as university tackles aesthetic

Aesthetics over function. It is the apparent administrative mantra for the year, or at least for the University Center. In response to a student question about why the university chose to ignore the kitchen and facilities in its expensive remodel,... READ MORE »»

Staff, students discuss dining services

After a rocky start, Food Service Director Sam Currie and the dining staff have worked their way into students’ hearts and, finally, their stomachs. When Currie and the new Aramark team inherited dining services the University Center was still... READ MORE »»

Ebola Domino Project helps disease relief

Ebola Domino Project helps disease relief

Those looking for a local way to help people and communities ravaged by the Ebola virus may be interested in a project started by Pacific Art Professor Doug Anderson. The Ebola Domino Project was conceived by Anderson. As the disease continued... READ MORE »»