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Faculty and staff at the University of Portland will now have the opportunity to get training in incorporating diversity and inclusion in the classroom, with five optional workshops offered throughout the school year aimed at educating faculty on working with the concept of diversity.
Blue Key? Is that some kind of new donut shop? Well, we are sorry to disappoint, but we are not the next Blue Star Donuts or Voodoo.
WHAT A TIME TO BE A PILOT!That is not just a play of words on the Drake and Future collaboration, it truly is an incredible time to be here on the Bluff.
Get ready, Pilots; here are some of the most prominent trees on campus. Run outside and hug one before they become too damp to cuddle with!
Vote UP is seeking volunteers to register students to vote, first training is tonight.
You wake up on a Saturday morning, pull out your phone and open Snapchat to catch up on what you might have missed the night before.
My freshman year feels like it was a lifetime ago, but at the same time it feels like it was yesterday.
Around 50 students and University of Portland community members gathered in a sectioned-off corner of Mehling Ballroom Tuesday evening to discuss the national epidemic of sexual assaults on college campuses and its implications on The Bluff. Panelists answered anonymous questions mainly concerned with how victims of sexual assault are supported, how a survivor can go about reporting their experience, addressing fears related to reporting, and UP’s transparency when it comes to sexual assaults reported on campus.
The summer heat was already fast approaching though it was only May. Thirteen students knelt in the shade of the tall oaks in the woods of Eastern Alabama.
Ilia Delio, an academic of historic theology, pharmacology and the sciences, will be the guest speaker for this year’s Zahm Lecture.
Bon Appetit’s recently-launched Eco-Takeout reusable to-go box system has seen a steady stream of users since its launch just over two weeks ago, Bon Appetit Operations Manager Tamee Flanagan said. The move by Bon Appetit was an effort to increase sustainability and reduce waste, but some students say the system has had a rough start.
"Old Guam House" party memories to be a thing of the past. The bungalow on the 5500 block of Willamette Blvd., with weathered couches and “Pilot Country” signs perpetually gracing its front porch, is up for sale.
Find your new Netflix soulmate in this staff list of binge suggestions!
In second grade, as part of a lesson on telling time, my teacher instructed the whole class to put our heads down and shut our eyes.
Each year, more and more University of Portland students become pet owners. From cats and dogs to rats and bunnies, UP has become the home of a variety of pets who all improve their owners’ day-to-day lives.
The Hunting Ground will be screened on campus at the University of Portland Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 6 p.m. in the Mehling Ballroom. Following the screening, there will be a brief break for audience members to enjoy refreshments and submit anonymous questions to be answered in a panel discussion.
Many students complain that the prices at Macks Market have grown exceedingly high. How do the prices compare with a grocery store like New Seasons?
Colin Kaepernick has made headlines by refusing to stand during the National Anthem during San Francisco 49ers football games.
I've attended four colleges in three years. The first diagnosed me. The second threatened me. The third aided me.
University of Portland students spent several weeks in May learning about the history of racism and racial violence in America and the Civil Rights Movement. During that time, they helped in the creation of what will be the nation's first lynching memorial in Montgomery, Ala.