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Rape lawsuit

Clara Howell, Co-Editor in Chief

     A hearing regarding the sexual assault case that was filed against Pacific University last fall is scheduled to take place in November at the Multnomah County Circuit Court.  Last year, Attorney Greg Kafoury filed a $3 million lawsuit against the university for negligence in how they ha...  Read More »

Sep 29 • 0 comments

Core requirements, focal studies:

Stephen Childress

Core requirements are a big portion of the curriculum that students will have to complete to graduate from Pacific University. Not only are focal studies actively being investigated, but the core requirements as a whole, are under review. After speaking with the Dean of the College of Arts and...  Read More »

Sep 29 • 0 comments

Studying abroad

Stephen Childress

Studying abroad has many benefits, but it also has adversities that students experience when they return to life back home or on campus. Feelings of depression, a sense of isolation or finding themselves on the outside of groups they fit into before are some of the difficulties experienced. Stephen...  Read More »

Sep 29 • 0 comments

Events exceed expectations

Clara Howell, Co-Editor in Chief

Red and black shirts filled the Kunuiakea Stadium at Kamehameha Schools Kapalama on Sept. 17 in Honolulu. A majority of the stadium was filled with Boxer fans as the Pacific University football team took the win against Occidental College. But this was not an ordinary away game, it was much more. While...  Read More »

Sep 29 • 0 comments

Core requirements up for revision

Keith Wallach, Co-Editor in Chief

Core requirements, including focal studies, are currently under review by a group of faculty members. Their goal, according to Interim Dean Mike Geraci, is to find alternative requirements that are more closely aligned with Pacific University values. “We explored other universities and their...  Read More »

Sep 28 • 0 comments

Advisor provides graduation tips

Holly Bartholomew

Graduation requirements exist to help students on their path to graduation; though sometimes students see them as irritating hoops to jump through. The magnitude of their transgression however, may not become apparent until senior year, when they blindside a student off the graduation track.  According...  Read More »

Sep 15 • 0 comments

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Opinion

Staff defends traditional media

The Editing Staff

Many people like to argue that journalism is a dying art form, a pointless major and a hopeless career path. Because of these reasons, many cannot fathom why college students...  Read More »

September 29, 2016 • 0 comments

Editor talks about views on third party candidates

September 29, 2016

With the Presidential Election almost a month away, many people are stuck between voting for Donald Trump...  Read More »

Music and technology:

September 29, 2016

The usage of technology in modern music is not uncommon. To create songs, many popular artists use things...  Read More »

All-Gender restrooms setting new precedence

September 29, 2016

As of February 2016 Pacific University now has all gender restrooms. on the school website comma it is...  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.

May 10, 2016 • 0 comments

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Sports

Rugby ready for upcoming season

Jaiden Gray

Both the men’s and women’s rugby club teams are filled with new and eager players. Returning players are hoping they will push the teams toward success in the upcoming...  Read More »

September 29, 2016 • 0 comments

Soccer starts conference play with win

September 29, 2016

The women’s soccer team is off to a good start with a 4-3-1 record and a 2-2 conference record early in conference play. The Boxers won their...  Read More »

Football emphasizing player safety

September 29, 2016

Concussions have been a common injury in sports for many years. But it wasn’t until recently that we have seen the life long effects of these...  Read More »

Handball to rely on new players

September 29, 2016

Hopes are high for the Pacific handball team as they come off a season in which they won a national championship as a team, and in the women’s...  Read More »

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