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Professor Hala Jadid al Kash visited the University of Portland last week, during which time she met with faculty and staff, the Office of Studies Abroad, had a Skype session with Pilots abroad in Salzburg and gave a talk called “What is going on in Syria?” Her visit was part of a tour to universities across the country on behalf of the Institute for International Education of Students (IES). She spent weeks educating American college students on the Syrian Revolution, the Refugee Crisis and sharing stories of her experiences as president of the nonprofit organization Syrians Without Borders.
First and foremost: Congratulations to your candidate, Donald J. Trump, for becoming the President-elect of the United States of America.
Associate Vice President for Student Development Matt Rygg posted a list of resources for students who may need additional support following the presidential election to the Pilots UP portal Monday morning.
In a standing room only crowd at the Pilot House Monday morning, the University of Portland men’s soccer team watched a projector screen as they waited anxiously to hear their team’s fate in the NCAA Division I soccer championship bracket during the tournament selection show.After waiting about 10 minutes, by the time more than half of the 48-field team field had been announced, the Pilots had their answer.
A nine-year old Benji Michel took in the surrounding of his parents’ native Haiti. It was 2006 and for nearly a month, he stayed with relatives in Port-au-Prince, the nation’s capital.
Last semester after a night of hanging out with friends, I woke up with my male friend on top of me, having pulled off my pants and underwear.
The soft-spoken man at the helm of Pilot basketball has been a legend since before most University of Portland students were born.
ASUP's first-ever tailgate event was well attended by students, faculty and alumni, and got them excited for what turned out to be the WCC Championship-winning game for the Pilots. The event featured a residence hall cookoff, which was won by Kenna Hall.
Villa Maria Hall’s annual “Man Auction” will take place tonight after the men’s soccer game at 9:30 pm.
The University’s Committee on Faculty Welfare has drafted a proposal to administration that calls for a $10,000 raise on each full-time faculty member’s annual salary over the next two years, a move that Faculty Welfare Committee Chair and Associate Professor of Performing and Fine Arts Mindi Logan says would bring the professors’ salaries closer to the average at comparable universities. It will be reviewed at the end of November by the Budget Working Group, made up of University President Fr. Mark Poorman, Provost Thomas Greene, Vice President for Financial Affairs Alan Timmins and Budget Director Rowena Bramlette.
“Time to roll our sleeves up and get to work.”I’d like to think this my first thought when I saw the election results, but it wasn’t.
Excitement was in the air as the Portland Pilots men’s basketball team tipped off the Terry Porter era in the Chiles Center Friday night.
The men’s cross-country team took to the NCAA West Regionals in Sacramento, Calif. on Friday, in hopes of earning a spot in the NCAA Championships on Nov.
Repeat after me: the media does not exist. I sound like a crazy conspiracy theorist, but hear me out.
As a nation, we are more divided than ever before. Republicans and Conservatives against Democrats and Liberals.
The night of Nov. 8 and into the morning of Nov. 9, a group of us gathered for the screening of the United States Presidential election.
Clear the storage on your iPhone and hit up some of the most Instagram-able places on campus.
How do we move forward from this historic and unprecedented election? I don’t know the answer to this question, but I’m sure no one really does yet.
The official dedication and blessing of the new Lund Family Hall took place on Thursday evening. The Lund family, as well as their close friends, gathered for a private mass in the St.
The soft-spoken man now at the helm of the University of Portland’s basketball program has been a hoops legend since before most students on campus were born.