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Editor comments on campus political diversity

Tyler Brown, Co-Opinion Editor

Pacific University has strived to build a campus environment that is accepting to diversity. In the aspect of attracting different cultures and various ethnicities, Pacific has succeeded. However, what about the diversity of political ideologies? Because we are a liberal arts university, much of...  Read More »

Nov 13 • No Comments

Black Friday ruins Thanksgiving holiday for students

Stephen Childress

Black Friday is less than a month away, has the encroachment of the infamous day on Thanksgiving muddied the mythic holiday? Last year, several retail stores were open either all day or at 5 p.m. or 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving. This year some of the usual suspects, Kohl’s and Macy’s have confi...  Read More »

Nov 13 • No Comments

Rape Culture

Bijoux Doherty

Many students were in outrage over the article in the Oct. 27 edition of The Pacific Index. This article, an opinion piece, served to express the frustration of one student over the backlash following the arrest of former Pacific student and football player Kasen Kunishima-Takushi for rape and ...  Read More »

Nov 13 • No Comments

Rape Culture

Garrett Brown

In an opinion article in the last issue of The Pacific Index, the author writes that he has an issue with how athletic programs, specifically football, were presented at Pacific University through media coverage by local news station,  KGW. He wishes the reporter had interviewed coaches or players bef...  Read More »

Nov 13 • No Comments

CPS encourages Halloween safety

Ben Hopwood

While the students of Pacific University worry about ghouls, midterms and clowns during the days leading up to Halloween, the Forest Grove Police Department (FGPD) and Campus Public Safety(CPS) have a much more serious issue to address. Along with candy and carved pumpkins, Halloween brings a noticeable increase ...  Read More »

Oct 27 • No Comments

Breakfast forum:

Jaiden Gray

Alumni lled the Boxer Pause on Saturday, Oct. 15, where they had anticipation for the breakfast that was to be served and the speech president Lesley Hallick was going to give regarding the current progress of the university. Hallick called this forum to allow alumni to ask questions about what the future of ...  Read More »

Oct 27 • No Comments

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Opinion

Student reveals sites for flight options

Luke Peevyhouse

With Thanksgiving break fast approaching, many students are flying home for the holidays. But ticket prices can be a daunting purchase. The prices students have to pay vary widely wi...  Read More »

Nov 13 • No Comments

Student pushes for laundry etiquette

November 13, 2016

Your laundry is tumbling away in the washing machines, being cleansed by soap and water. You set an alarm on yo...  Read More »

POD not in need of healthier options

November 13, 2016

The Provisions on Demand (POD) in the University Center is no doubt an awesome commodity to have on ...  Read More »

Editorial: Why voting in local elections matters

November 13, 2016

Everybody has a right to vote. The people of our nation fought for people to have the right to vote....  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

Pacific coaches focus on recruitment

Max Kirkendall, Sports Editor

In college athletics, the most critical part in building up a program is recruitment.  At Pacific University, many of the sports teams have different techniques for recruiting and getting at...  Read More »

Nov 13 • No Comments

Men’s basketball looking to break streak

November 13, 2016

In the 2015-16 season the Pacific University men’s basketball team has finished fifth in the Northwest Conference for the fourth year in a ...  Read More »

Women’s wrestling brings in new talent

November 13, 2016

The start of November is the start of wrestling season for Pacific University’s women’s wrestling team. Head coach Severin Walsh is confide...  Read More »

Women’s basketball adds size and depth

November 13, 2016

As fall sports winds down, winter sports season is right around the corner. The Pacific University women’s basketball team opens up their se...  Read More »

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