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Women’s History Month

Erika Vives

February 23, 2017

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Women have played a crucial role in American history throughout the decades. March, a national time to celebrate and honor women, is quickly approaching, bringing forth many opinions on what Women’s History Month really means. In 1981, ... Read more »

Adventure column:

Keith Wallach, Co-Editor in Chief

February 23, 2017

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Looking for a fun and moderate hike to satisfy your wanderlust? Look no further than Drift Creek Falls. The trailhead is located near Lincoln City and those wiling to take on the adventure are rewarded with spectacular vie... Read more »

Center for Gender Equity

Melissa Hood

February 23, 2017

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Pacific University’s Center for Gender Equity (CGE) is preparing to  host a number of new and returning events for the spring semester. They are also looking forward to getting students involved by talking about relevant and curre... Read more »

Tara Velarde:

Holly Bartholomew

February 9, 2017

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Singer and Songwriter Tara Velarde has built up quite a following of loyal audience members through her recurring performances at the McMenamins Grand Lodge in Forest Grove. For Velarde, this is one of the best parts about performing ... Read more »

Adventure column:

Tristen Nolasco

February 9, 2017

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From the snow covered peaks of the San Gabriel Mountains to the soothing waves of Southern California’s Pacific Ocean, my winter break was full of adventure.  I started my journey off with a road trip down to Southern ... Read more »

“Veils” aims to inspire and unite

Melissa Hood

February 9, 2017

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Pacific University’s Theatre Department and local Director Debbie Lamedman, in partnership with the Muslim Student Association and the Center for Peace and Spirituality, are preparing to present “Veils,” a play that... Read more »

Counseling Center:

Counseling Center

February 9, 2017

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It is not easy when a significant relationship ends. For some it can be utterly devastating, for others it can be more of a positive adjustment for the future. Regardless of how you are impacted, breakups can be painful because ... Read more »

Theatre and Music:

Holly Bartholemew

February 9, 2017

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Limited space has not hampered the Pacific University Theatre Department from giving every production they put on their full and complete attention and effort. “Our higher commitment is not to complain about storage spa... Read more »

ACE Board allows for re-entry at dances

Harrison Clifford, Student Life Editor

February 9, 2017

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School dances at Pacific University are constantly evolving and in recent years have undergone a massive overhaul in their format to promote student safety and enjoyment. This spring semester, the Activities and Cultural Even... Read more »

Holiday in the Grove

Steven Childress

December 5, 2016

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The season of high stress, traffic and gift shopping is nigh. Sometimes it is hard to get into the groove of the holiday season, but there is an upcoming event in Forest Grove for Pacific University students and members of ... Read more »

Darcelle XV

Nicky Dolan

December 5, 2016

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Pacific University’s Rainbow Coalition, Actives and Cultural Events Board, Alpha Zeta fraternity and Delta Chi Delta sorority will help host Darcelle XV and their show that will take place on the Forest Grove campus in e... Read more »

Boxer Profile:

LUKE PEEVYHOUSE

December 5, 2016

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Pacific University students are often well-rounded individuals with a number of interests and activities they are dedicated to and balance with their schoolwork throughout the year. Not only is junior Kayla Knock a competitive ... Read more »

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