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Last Thursday night, around 25 students gathered on the quiet side of The Bauccio Commons for a forum lead by the Gay Straight Partnership (GSP) with support from ASUP and Diversity and Inclusion Coordinators. The forum was in response to the student-lead silent protest at the annual Red Mass against Fr. Paul Scalia.
Had someone asked me to go on the Encounter with Christ Retreat three years ago, I would have laughed them off. Yeah, I like campus ministry, but I wasn’t about to go on a corny retreat. But now that corny retreat has shaped my college experience for the better.
The 13th ranked Pilots (8-0-2) hosted the Northern Illinois Huskies (7-3-0) in their final test before West Coast Conference (WCC) play. The Pilots answered the call by staying unbeaten with a 3-0 victory.
Music is a big part of the Catholic Mass and helps enrich the prayer experience. On Sundays at Chapel of Christ the Teacher, UP’s student Chapel Choir, which includes singers, handbells, a harp and other string instruments, help bring the UP community together in prayer through soothing harmonies and music from a variety of cultures and Catholic traditions.
As the eyes of the nation focused on the sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the UP community engaged in their own conversations about institutional responsibility in sexual assault cases last night in the Bauccio Commons.
Saturday was a tough day for Oregon sports, as the Oregonian tweeted in such a downtrodden manner.
This morning, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford told the Senate Judiciary Committee she is “100 percent sure” sure that Judge Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her. In his testimony, Kavanaugh is angrily denying the accusations. Because today’s historic testimony may re-traumatize those who have been assaulted, The Beacon is posting a list of helpful resources. It’s never too late to ask for help.
Voting in midterm elections allows you to vote on state issues, local issues and who represents you in Congress.
Snapchat is fundamentally addictive and negative for my peer group. Here’s why:
Trekking through rainforests, helping children, engaging in local customs and being an advocate for public health. This was senior David Gloyd’s experience as an intern for Sinergias, a nonprofit organization in Colombia dedicated to serving communities historically affected by conflict and poverty.
The Portland Pilots have been on a tear this fall sports season. The sports team here at The Beacon got together to talk about how they've been performing and where they go from here.
You see them as they wave their pom-poms at the Chiles entrance, as they line up in uniform before a game starts and as they take over the basketball court at halftime. But how well do you know the University of Portland dance team?
Of all chief executives of Fortune 500 companies, only five percent are women. According to the NYTimes, there are fewer women in CEO positions of Fortune 500 companies than there are men named James.
In observance of Latinx Heritage month (which runs from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15), The Beacon is going to bring you playlists for the next few weeks, featuring some of the best Latinx artists in the business. Grab some headphones, read up on the song’s background information and get dancing to our first playlist.
Sammie Van Norstrand is used to challenges. In her hometown of Littleton, Colorado, she loves the challenges of hiking and mountain climbing. This past summer, she summited Mt. Bierstadt at an altitude of 14,065 feet.
This week, two events will be held in The Bauccio Commons that may seem well-timed in light of last week’s protest against Fr. Paul Scalia.
More than 2,000 miles from The Bluff, the group walked into a room in Birmingham, Alabama. They heard shouts of racial slurs, including the N-word, through overhead speakers. They saw an illuminated Klu Klux Klan robe in the corner.
The Portland Pilots fell to the Loyola Marymount University Lions in five sets in their second conference game. Portland is now 12-2 and 0-2 for the West Coast Conference.
The 15th ranked Pilots improved to 6-0-2 on the year with a 2-1 win on Friday at Merlo Field against the Oregon State Beavers.
Not many students at UP may know Professor Lara-Zuzan Golesorkhi. New to campus this year, she is a visiting assistant political science professor.