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“In the heart of every educational institution lies a cornerstone of democracy: the student press. Yet, in an era where the boundaries of free speech are tested daily, the question of student press freedom resonates louder than ever before. From censorship battles to the amplification of student voices, the saga of student press freedom unfolds as a crucial narrative in safeguarding the essence of democratic principles within educational realms.”
We’ve all heard of Shakespeare’s drama “Romeo and Juliet” and its popular storyline of two feuding families. This year, the South Asian Student Union (SASU) is putting a South Asian twist on the tale with its second annual cultural show. The theme is Rohan and Janaki, inspired by the film “2 States,” which portrays the familiar tale but sets it in modern-day India.
As someone who has grown up taking road trips to state and national parks, I’ve experienced firsthand how much beauty the United States has to offer. From the amazing views of Canyonlands to the mountains of the North Cascades, national parks have some of the best views the world has to offer.
How many calories does a serving have? This was the question that exhausted my brain while choosing my meals. Thoughts of the “freshman 15” plagued my mind, always looming over me as I looked at the daily menu or took my trips to Mack’s.
You might want to bring a box of tissues when you go see “These Shining Lives” at Mago Hunt Theater this February.
It's time to raid your closet for your best flapper dress, sparkling jewelry, top hats and suspenders. If you’re looking for an excuse to wear your best 1920s-themed outfit, now's your time because for the first time in four years, CPB’s Dance of the Decades is back on Friday, Feb. 23 at the Leftbank Annex from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Since joining UP's men's soccer team, Kevin Bonilla, Jacob Babalai and Buba Fofanah have been recognized for their contributions to the team's success in NCAA tournaments, as well as earning individual All-American and West Coast Conference honors.
I had never been more excited to be a virgin. The stage I stood on was crowded with other eager newcomers in fishnet tights and racoon-eye makeup. We had all been plucked from the audience and put under a spotlight at “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
As the Students Against Sexual Assault (SASA) Club here at University of Portland, we are so excited to announce that our Survivor Zine titled Reclaiming Power: Survivors’ Stories is now published! This zine is dedicated to amplifying the voices and stories of survivors of sexual violence here at UP, as well as experiences of dating violence, stalking and/or sexual harassment.
Since 2015, nonprofit organization Mental Health America has ranked the 50 United States and District of Columbia in their annual State Of Mental Health In America report, made to measure mental health care and access across the US.
Last fall, Public Research Fellows and the social justice minor at UP were working on a Clark Library exhibit that would showcase archival research done by students in collaboration with Don’t Shoot PDX, a nonprofit organization promoting social justice and civic engagement.
On any given weekday, the sounds of markers on whiteboards and students laughing can be heard throughout Clark Library. And, on one afternoon in late January, juniors Favour Maduagwu and Rachael Kariuki are adding to Clark’s lively energy. They are at the library to get a message across: that Black Student Union’s (BSU) Night of Excellence is happening again on Feb. 17.
Amidst the excitement of the Shiley-Marcos Center for Design & Innovation unveiling, the University of Portland has introduced another significant addition to campus: beach volleyball courts designated for use by the university’s Division I women’s team, marking a long-awaited milestone for players and enthusiasts alike.
Growing up, I always viewed moving away from home and going to college as a huge leap in my independence, but after three years here I feel that I have become more codependent than I ever was.
In a report by the Latinx Research Center at the University of California, Berkeley, Latin American studies was found to be offered at only 89 four-year colleges and universities. This is out of the over 2,600 institutions across the United States.
Over winter break, Bauccio Commons got a bit of a remodel. While it may not be visible to visitors, new appliances and designs in the kitchen area are posed to benefit all those around campus who use these services.
Whether you are the world’s biggest San Francisco 49ers fan or a newly minted Kansas City Chiefs fan, you probably know that Super Bowl 58 is coming up swiftly. If you don’t already have plans to attend a party, here are some tips and tricks to throw one of your own.
Welcome back to the Pilots RoundUP. While school ended for winter break and many students traveled home for the holidays, Pilots athletics had a busy winter schedule filled with games. Here’s what the Pilots were up to during the remainder of 2023 and the start of the new year.
While students and faculty hoped to return to campus by the end of the week, the icy conditions remain a barrier. In an email sent to the UP community, Vice President of Financial Affairs Eric Barger announced campus will remain closed throughout Friday, Jan. 19 — marking the fourth day of campus closure due to inclement weather.
Lingering ice and snow throughout campus and the Portland metro area have prompted the UP campus to remain closed throughout the day Thursday, Jan. 18, per an email sent from Vice President of Financial Affairs, Eric Barger.