The Pacific Index

Improvements to University Center have unclear future

Molly Trotter

January 28, 2011

When seeking a place of higher education, most students look for a campus that is technologically advanced and has state-of-the-art surroundings that are comfortable and accessible. “Students are usually swift to judge a...

Faculty Select Art Show to present student art in the Cawein Gallery

Kathleen Rohde

December 3, 2010

Pacific’s Arts programs are coming together to present what the arts program has done this past semester in the first ever faculty select student art show. “This is really showing the Pacific community,” said gallery...

Graduation deadlines approaching fast

Tess Opincarne

December 3, 2010

The class of 2011 prepares to finish at Pacific for good, but must complete mandatory tasks that aren’t coming any slower. There are more requirements than completing core and major class requirements. The Grad Check was in...

Online registration coming in April

Ashleigh Simons

December 3, 2010

Pacific will implement online registration for students during advising in April for the fall semester. According to Registrar Anne Herman, the process would work similarly to previous registration periods because students...

Class of 2014 to tackle a new core

Ashleigh Simons

November 18, 2010

The class of 2014 will be the first class required to complete Cornerstone and Focal Studies requirements. In order to satisfy Focal Studies requirements, the class of 2014 will have to complete two sets of three classes, adding...

Fair Trade Sale helps artists in underdeveloped areas

Tess Opincarne

November 18, 2010

Last week, the Office of International Programs and the Pacific International Club co-sponsored the third annual Fair Trade Sale as part of International Week. The sale features items from Ten Thousand Villages, the largest fair...

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