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Sustainable design:

Melisa Hood

Many years ago, a Pacific University student traveled to Japan to study and learn about Japanese Gardens. Upon returning to Pacific, she was hoping to use the inspiration she got from her travels to install a Japanese Garden on the Forest Grove campus for her senior capstone project. “At th...  Read More »

Feb 23 • No Comments

New location of design lab in Brown Hall

Michael Arakawa

Renovations are coming to Brown Hall’s art lab. New tools such as a 12x20  laser cutter, Computer Numeric Control (CNC) router and 3D printers are some of  the recent additions.  Although the art lab is still being renovated, the resources in the art lab are currently available for all Pacific University stu...  Read More »

Feb 23 • No Comments

Speech codes:

Steven Childress

The recent election has presented an interesting opportunity for Pacific University and other  universities across the country when it comes to examining policies pertaining to civil discourse.  The office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion will be working with Pacific’s Diversity Committee, B...  Read More »

Feb 23 • No Comments

School of Natural Sciences receives grant

Melissa Hood

In 2016, the School of Natural Sciences was awarded a Scholarships in  Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) grant for $649,340  by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The grant is titled “Promoting persistence of underprivileged college students in science and mathema...  Read More »

Feb 23 • No Comments

Set for surgery:

Steven Childress

Pacific University President, Lesley Hallick will undergo surgery to repair a knee injury she sustained 20 years ago while working on her farm in Scappoose, Ore. The surgery is scheduled to take place in the middle of March. “I severed the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), shredded the meniscus an...  Read More »

Feb 23 • No Comments

Criminal justice major:

Tyler Brown, Opinion Co-Editor

 The criminal justice major is in its second year Pacific University and  is gaining attention from students as a subject of interest. The program, led by assistant professor Taryn VanderPyl, was implemented in 2015 to help prepare students for jobs within the criminal justice system. The ...  Read More »

Feb 23 • No Comments

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Opinion

Cancelled classes:

Maddison Kellas

Let’s be honest, most students like when class is cancelled. A cancelled class gives you an extra hour or two to do some laundry, catch up on homework or maybe just ta...  Read More »

Feb 23 • No Comments

Budget cuts

February 23, 2017

I am a faculty member in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) at Pacific University, where I teach...  Read More »

Editorial: valuing the diversity of ideas

February 23, 2017

When someone thinks of diversity, the concepts that come to mind may be race, ethnicity, religion, gen...  Read More »

Editor discusses internship experiences

February 23, 2017

Many graduating seniors will be entering the job market this May. Whether or not they are prepared f...  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

High expectations fuel track and field

Max Kirkendall, Sports Editor

After finishing up another indoor track season, the Pacific University men’s and women’s track and field teams are gearing up for the outdoor season.  The Boxers concluded ...  Read More »

Feb 23 • No Comments

Baseball succeeds in start of season

February 23, 2017

The Pacific University baseball team is coming off one of their best seasons with a record of 25-18, which was the most wins for the program sin...  Read More »

ACL injuries create mental hurdles

February 23, 2017

For many athletes, an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear can be a devastating injury and have an impact on the mental state of the athlete....  Read More »

Buckley takes on new challenges

February 23, 2017

Every coach faces challenges when arriving to a new school, with new players and new system.Pacific University head football coach Keith Buckley...  Read More »

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