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Few things in this world make me angry. I have had a good life and have no right to have anger in my heart. Yesterday, however, I experienced something that infuriated me. I was in the middle of having a heated conversation with my roommate about finances, and he said something that struck me as argent, conceded and ignorant. He said to me “man up!” I believe this phrase is one of the things that pinpoints what is wrong with our “modern world.” This attacked my sexuality, he was insinuating that I was gay. What is wrong with being gay?
This fall, Pilots will work to build off of solid 2017 seasons, train with new coaching staff and integrate ranked recruiting classes.
The Portland Pilots topped the Syracuse Orange 2-1 under the bright lights of Merlo Field on Sunday night.
In their second home game this weekend, the Portland Pilots fell to the University of Washington Huskies, 0-1, breaking their winning streak.
n an aggressive second game, the Pilots defeated the San Jose State University Spartans 1-0 with an overtime golden goal.
The Pilots drew 1-1 with the Sacramento State Hornets on Friday Night.
A former University of Portland president, professor and Holy Cross brother is named in the recently released investigating grand jury report that details the sexual abuse by priests in Pennsylvania and their systematic cover up for over 70 years.
From a successful spring to an equally impressive offseason, here’s what you may have missed from Pilot athletics this past summer.
As we trade in our flip flops for rain boots and bid summer a sweet goodbye, it’s time to look ahead at the events coming up this fall.
One of the largest classes in UP history -- the class of 2022 -- moved in Thursday morning. About 75 percent of this year's freshmen are from out of state, according to a news release from UP's Department of Marketing and Communications.
New faces on the field and on the court aren’t the only changes coming to UP athletics this year. Some of the biggest changes to this year’s games are happening at venue entrances.
The Wallys were not an isolated incident. The Wallys were a tipping point in a kettle that was already about ready to boil over. In my time at UP I knew many courageous young women who were affected in some way by the inaction of UPs administration. Being able to look at what happened and simply say “we can all do better” is a privilege.
Reflecting has been an exercise I’ve found myself doing quite frequently these past few weeks, as I’ve followed the articles and opinion pieces in response to the Wally Awards event on campus. After everything that’s been said, I still support Fr. Poorman, the administration, the staff, the students and the University of Portland.
Watching my close friends celebrate with their parents and hearing how proud their parents were of them was conflicting. I was filled with jealousy and sadness when I was supposed to be celebrating my accomplishments. At any age, losing a parent is devastating. I lost my mom when I was 16, and my dad unexpectedly passed away during finals week of my junior year. It was the hardest, most heart wrenching thing to experience; but through it, I gained valuable insight.
"There was an idea to bring together a group of remarkable people to see if they could become something more. So that when we needed them, they could fight the battles that we never could.” This quote is the basis for what in 2008, with the release of Iron Man, we first heard described as the Avengers Initiative.
What does it mean that all the major decisions for our university are made by white men? It means that the speech at the Wallys was not a blip or an outlier.
It means that when Poorman sat and did nothing as a student made women feel unsafe, it felt reminiscent of the lack of effort and the ignorance towards sexual violence that Poorman has perpetuated during his presidency. The inaction was not an isolated incident, it reflects what Poorman values as a president.
As a female immigrant I find Mr Sundaram's apology weak & lacking insight! He humiliates all immigrants and females by trying to rationalize his remarks and not acknowledging that he has missed the essence of his Catholic Education!