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Course reserves easy to abuse

Victoria Hampton

December 8, 2011

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In 2008, the first lawsuit over electronic course content began when Georgia State University was sued by a group of publishers over their misuse of e-reserves. The publishers claimed that the university abused their e-reserve...

Forensics team helps high school club

Matthew Yasuoka

December 8, 2011

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“I’ve grown up with ADD and a stutter, so I joined speech and debate team freshman year in order to learn how to control that and learn to use pauses in an effective manner,” Dominek Barajas explained, no evidence of a stutter...

Optometry alumni, faculty earn honors

Stephanie Haugen

December 8, 2011

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This year proved noteworthy for Pacific University’s College of Optometry with two alumni and two faculty members recognized for their contributions to the profession. The Oregon Optometrists Physicians Association Board...

CPS pushes theft prevention

CPS pushes theft prevention

November 10, 2011

Social work program accredited by CSWE

Carlie Deltoro

November 10, 2011

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The Counsel on Social Work Education accredited the Claire Argow Social Work Program at Pacific on Thursday, Oct. 20. After five years of visits and constant improvement, the program is now one of five in the state of Oregon...

Dinner with alums approaches

Stephanie Haugen

November 10, 2011

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Students looking for a home-cooked meal away from campus and the opportunity to converse with Pacific alumni should consider attending the Past and Present Dinner on Nov. 13 at 6 p.m. The event is free, transportation is provided,...

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