The Pacific Index

ARAMARK announces possible dining changes, plans for next school year

Victoria Hampton

May 3, 2012

ARAMARK FROM PAGE 1 By taking surveys, the comment card system on their website, napkin talk, and monthly food forums, Bigelow has compiled a task list to be researched and executed over the summer. “We don’t anything...

Theatre in the Grove concludes spring musical

Tyler Grant

May 3, 2012

The Theatre In the Grove started off the spring season with a bang and presented the musical “Chicago.” The high-octane, sexy musical sold out twice while running at TITG. At its closing matinee, the play started late because...

Music in May preparations begin

Dion MacDonald

May 3, 2012

For most college campuses, the weekend after graduation is a lonely time. Students have gone home for the summer, as have many of the faculty and staff. However, at Pacific University the weekend after graduation has the campus...

Boxer spirit applications due

Victoria Hampton

April 19, 2012

With a brand new essay prompt, the 2012 Boxer Spirit Scholarship gives students a chance to earn money for next school year. The scholarship is currently available to all Arts and Sciences undergraduates who have attained at least...

PLUM winners announced

Carlie Deltoro

April 19, 2012

The winners of Pacific’s 2012-2013 Writing Contest have been announced. First prize winners will be published in PLUM, Pacific’s Literature by Undergraduates Magazine. Four different categories were judged with awards given...

Outlook for KONY 2012 draws mixed opinions

Tiara Herr

April 19, 2012

On March 5, a video hit the web that, to this day, has more than 87 million views on YouTube.com. This video, simply titled Kony 2012, has sparked a nationwide response. The 30-minute video was released by Invisible Children,...

New Electric Dance Music Club hosts event

Karissa George

April 19, 2012

For Pacific senior Sebastian Bannister Lawler and junior Richard Murphy, a club is not a clique to encompass like-minded people. It is an opportunity to teach something new to many different students with a common interest. This...

Founder of activist group visits

Kevin Arrowsmith

April 19, 2012

Keith McHenry has been arrested about 175 times in his 31 years working with the activist group Food Not Bombs, which he co-founded.  He has been blacklisted, put on the FBI’s most watched list and been accused of being a terrorist....

Lunchbox Theatre performs musicals

Dion Macdonald

April 19, 2012

Thursday will mark a first for performers and patrons of the “LunchBox Theatre” at Pacific University. It is the first time a musical will be performed there. Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick’s “The Apple Tree” will grace...

Residence life announces 1st Picks, VIPs

Carlie Deltoro

April 5, 2012

After a long process of 123 applications, the 25 1st Pick and 10 VIP Housing winners have been announced. The 1st Pick winners will select their housing in Vandervelden and the VIP winners will follow. The winners will receive...

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