The Pacific Index

Late student’s resilience and heart inspires crowd

Shelby Cokeley, Editor-in-Chief

April 26, 2019

“You better not give up,” Theodore “Theo” Erickson’s oldest sister said with tears in her eyes, “You better not give up because Theo would’ve never given up on any of you.” Before April 11, Theo Erickson was just anot...

Liberal arts survive on Forest Grove campus

Shelby Cokeley, Editor-in-Chief

March 7, 2019

Marylhurst University closed. The Art Institute of Portland closed. The Oregon College of Arts and Crafts will close following this spring. Small, private liberal arts schools are undeniably under pressure. But Pacific Univers...

Men’s Baseball

Cody Csulak

February 21, 2019

Baseball season is upon Pacific University again and the Boxers are off to a strong start to the season. The team swept a recent weekend tournament against Willamette University, Puget Sound University, and Lewis and Clark College. ...

TEDx event features out of the ordinary speakers

Megan Garside

February 21, 2019

Break the mold. Change the standard. Students may have seen monochromatic posters plastered on the walls of Pacific University, promoting what is planned to be an opportunity for all attendees to broaden their minds and thin...

Maggie’s Buns advertises potential closure

Shelby Cokeley, Editor-in-Chief

February 21, 2019

Students of Pacific University and community members alike rushed to the corner of 21st Avenue and Main Street to grab one last cinnamon roll on Feb. 16, but they may have a few more sugar-filled Saturdays in their future. ...

Hawai’i Recruiting

Hawai’i Recruiting

November 8, 2018

Boxer Radio

Boxer Radio

Sebastian Herr

November 8, 2018

Clery Report

Clery Report

October 25, 2018

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