The Pacific Index

Freshmen take guidance on declaring a major

Carlie Deltoro

November 10, 2011

Filed under Student Life

Held in the MPR last week, the Freshman Major Fair was busy from start to finish. The room was filled with tables and display boards manned by professors and students majoring in the subjects they were dedicated to, discussing...

New Depp comedy comes in second to cartoon sequel

Tyler Grant

November 10, 2011

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The movie “Rum Diary,” featuring a well-equipped and versatile actor, Johnny Depp, fell flat on its face in theatres during its opening weekend. Despite its initial praise, the “Rum Diary” finished fifth this weekend...

Speaker makes connections between food and environment

Carlie Deltoro

October 27, 2011

Filed under Student Life

On Oct. 17, the President of Northwest Veg and Senior Research Analyst at the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Peter Spendelow visited campus to talk about food in the environment. Between 30 and 40 students attended...

RHA awaits student project ideas

Victoria Hampton

October 27, 2011

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The Residence Housing Association wants students to express their ideas by hearing what changes or improvements they would like to see in the residence halls. The process starts with filling out a proposal form. “While students...

Housing celebrates new study lounges

Katie Sipos

October 27, 2011

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Housing and Resident Life spent the past month working to ensure students’ health and needs are maintained and met. Two rooms have been treated for bedbugs since the semester began. Students reported bites and though visual...

“Heathen Valley” delivers believable performance

Tyler Grant

October 27, 2011

Filed under Student Life

People cannot be swayed from their strong religious and cultural beliefs enough in order to understand one another. When such ensues: love is lost, life is lost and destruction overwhelms all. Following this theme, “Heathen...

MFA program attends Wordstock

Korina Kaio-Maddox

October 27, 2011

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The Masters of Fine Arts program along with Pacific’s literary publication, the Silk Road Review had the chance to participate in Wordstock Saturday Oct. 8 and Sunday Oct. 9. Wordstock is a multi-day, multi-event festival...

LunchBox Theatre sets goals

Kathleen Rohde

October 13, 2011

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The completely student-run program LunchBox Theatre is starting out this semester with new shows and a larger cast than usual. “It gives people who don’t have time for a main stage show to get their theatre fix,” said ...

Oasis Room relieves stress

Victoria Hampton

October 13, 2011

Filed under Student Life

Feeling the gray sky blues? Is the recognition that summer is now officially over too much to bare? Or maybe that stressful test or homework overload has finally sent you over the edge. If so, the staff at the Student Health Center...

Tours provide Pacific history

Carlie Deltoro

October 13, 2011

Filed under Student Life

On the first Wednesday of every month, Old College Hall is open to the public for tours from 1 to 4 p.m. The museum holds a mass amount of history about Pacific and Forest Grove, , the docents who hold the tours supply just as...

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