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  • Fooball to play in Hawaii this season

    Fooball to play in Hawaii this season

    Max Kirkendall

    August 26, 2016

    On Sept. 17 at 5 p.m., Pacific University’s football program will make history by playing the first ever NCAA Division III football game in the state of Hawaii. The game will be the conclusion to a three day event that includes the second annual Boxer ‘Ohana Golf Tournament on Sept. 15, as well... READ MORE »»

    The Boxer defense will be lead by a bunch of seniors, including Jeff Bajema (left), Jack Perez (middle) and Trey Kodama (right). All three players have recieved First Team All-Northwest Conference honors in years past. Perez sat out last season with an injury but was First Team All-NWC in 2014. There are seven total seniors on the defense.

  • Summer renovations include lecture hall

    Summer renovations include lecture hall

    Keith Wallach

    August 26, 2016

    Pacific University has been very busy this summer with renovations including revamping Mcgill Auditorium, Jefferson Hall, air in the University Center and a computer lab in Scott Hall. President Lesley Hallick said Mcgill Auditorium has not been touched in decades and is the largest lecture hall on... READ MORE »»

    Construction is underway in Mcgill Auditorium including new desks and it should be complete by classes.

  • Olis honored as player of the year

    Olis honored as player of the year

    Max Kirkendall

    May 5, 2016

    Senior outfielder Walker Olis became only the second boxer in school history to be named Northwest Conference Player of the Year this season. Olis broke three school records this season in stolen bases, runs and walks. In addition to the school records, Olis was the conference leader in nearly all ... READ MORE »»

    Walker Olis celebrating his senior day April 17, along with fellow seniors. Olis set the school record for walks with 39 in the game and scored a run.

    Ellie Parker

  • Community rallies against sexual assault

    Community rallies against sexual assault

    Isabella Barcellona

    May 5, 2016

    This year the Center for Gender Equity teamed up with Campus Wellness to put on the annual Take Back the Night Event on Friday, April 15. About 75 or more Pacific University students, staff and faculty joined together to march through campus, up Main Street all the way to Lincoln Park chanting... READ MORE »»

    Isabella Barcellona

News

Parking update: Up to 60 spots added

Parking update: Up to 60 spots added

Keith Wallach

While parking has been in issue in the past at Pacific University, the administration is doing everything...  Read More »

Aug 26 • 0 comments

Alumnus drafted by Miami Marlins

Alumnus drafted by Miami Marlins

Max Kirkendall

With the seventh pick of the 29 round of the 2016 Major League Baseball draft, the Miami Marlins selected...  Read More »

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Come one, come all

Come one, come all

Clara Howell

One day, Asian cuisine might tempt you, while another day Mexican food might be right up your alley....  Read More »

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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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Opinion

Clinton v. Trump: The lesser of two evils

Madison Thompson

As a millennial, this will be the first Presidential election that I will vote in. And while neither candidate aligns with my values 100 percent, they have opinions on issues...  Read More »

August 26, 2016 • 0 comments

Safety concerns arise from Pokémon GO

August 26, 2016

Nowadays, it’s fairly normal to see people walking around with their faces glued to their phones. Before,...  Read More »

Editor comments on Black Lives Matter

August 26, 2016

“You don’t need any indictment in order to arrest someone; probable cause is sufficient to arrest...  Read More »

Editor talks academics

April 28, 2016

It was Aristotle who first divided up the subject areas and our modern universities tend to p...  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

Women’s soccer excited about new coach

Max Kirkendall

Pacific University’s women’s soccer team will be under new leadership this season after hiring former Boise State head coach Steve Lucas to fill the position. Lucas will...  Read More »

August 26, 2016 • 0 comments

Men’s soccer prepares for upcoming season

August 26, 2016

The men’s soccer team is ready to make a big jump in the Northwest Conference this upcoming fall season after last season’s strong finish....  Read More »

Volleyball set to be a force in NWC

August 26, 2016

The Pacific University Volleyball team is looking to improve on a 10-14 record in 2015 and a 7-9 conference record that earned them a tie for...  Read More »

Lacrosse earns championship title

May 5, 2016

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...  Read More »

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