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Student ponders how to confront bad roommates

Nicole Vickers

September 27, 2012

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All of your fears about living with an assigned stranger have come true; your sleeping schedules are completely different, you don’t like the same things and you both have different definitions of the word ‘clean.’ The...

Orientation dance upbeat, says frosh

Janae Sargent

September 17, 2012

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As one of the many overtly inquisitive freshmen entering Pacific without a concrete clue about how student life is truly conducted, the first annual freshman dance that concluded orientation was a breath of fresh air and an enormous...

Cinematic Magic with Ellen Bialik: Cooper’s “The Words” worth watching

Ellen Bialik

September 17, 2012

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Picture this: one day, after antique shopping (bear with me), you get home to find an old, typed manuscript secretly tucked away in the folds of your recently-purchased vintage briefcase. Curious, you pick up the faded yellow...

Study abroad student shares his excitement

Alex Hintz

September 17, 2012

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Pacific has been a home-away-from-home for me; maybe it’ll become that for you over your freshman year here. But I won’t be here – or home – this year. Instead, I’ll be studying abroad in Ecuador. I have a few goals...

Our Two Cents

September 17, 2012

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I love that Pacific streamed the football game against Occidental College in McGill Auditorium. What better way to support for our Boxers while they are away from home. I hope Pacific continues this demonstration of school spirit...

Boxer Doctors

Jeff Guardalabene

September 17, 2012

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It’s another beautiful day in the Pacific Northwest. The sun is beating down, the thermometer is pushing past 90 degrees and it’s a perfect day to do anything but sit inside. That can only mean one thing – you’re sitting...

Remembering Eva Krebs

Tyler Oshiro

September 17, 2012

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This summer, Pacific University suffered a great loss with the passing of the wonderful Eva Krebs. You’ve probably already heard this. I want you to know that it’s true, but more importantly why it is true. The Index itself,...

Student gives advice on freshman year, orientation

Bri Castellini

August 28, 2012

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Let’s start this off by my admitting that my formative years in public school were less than exemplary. In fact, some of them were downright terrible. So after I graduated from the adolescent prison we euphemistically call “high...

Index calls for input

Dion MacDonald

August 28, 2012

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I’d like to take a moment to welcome all the freshmen and transfer students to Pacific University, a place that will hopefully be a huge part of your life for the next few years. You have stumbled upon the orientation issue...

Cinematic Magic with Ellen Bialik: New Bourne film adds little to franchise

Ellen Bialik

August 28, 2012

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Who is Jason Bourne? The first film in what ended up becoming the Bourne trilogy asked the very question. However, now that Matt Damon’s signature character has moved off the radar, audiences will instead find themselves asking,...

Boxer Doctors

Jeff Guardalabene

May 3, 2012

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In what feels like the blink of an eye, the academic year is nearly at an end. For some of you, that means it’s time to bid farewell to Pacific and move on. For others, the summer stretches out ahead of you, full of infinite...

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