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Well Pilots, it’s that time again. Flu season is in full swing and midterms are creeping up (yes, they’ve been on the syllabus all semester). If you haven’t been feeling too productive lately, it’s not your fault — you’re just not studying in the right place. Scroll down to your astrological sign for a personalized study spot recommendation.
It wasn’t all doom and gloom for the Pilots this week!
We all know Charlie Brown, his gloomy nature and the innocent story lines that go along with The Peanuts. For the first play of the spring semester, the theater department is taking on a dark rendition of Charlie Brown in Bert V. Royal’s play “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead,” playing from Feb. 13 to 16 in Mago Hunt.
Hey, Pilots. Natalie here. With the new year in full swing, it’s time to transition into a scary, stressful and sometimes intimidating time of year for students: internship season. I’m right there with you. I know that internship season can put some added stress on your already hectic schedules and cause a lot of anxiety across the board.
Ah, Valentine’s Day. It used to be fun when I was in elementary school and everyone brought in candy and notes for all the kids in our class. It was basically Halloween in February.
Hey everyone! Michael Gallagher here, your ASUP Vice President.
Five years ago, Associate Math Professor Stephanie Salomone spent the majority of spring semester sitting in doctor’s waiting rooms and the emergency room,“just thinking.”
When someone comes out to their parents, friends and community for the first time, the conversation can be difficult. Coming out can result in tough conversations, confusion, anger, uncertainty, but also, freedom and understanding.
As students hustle to class and the sound of the construction of Dundon-Berchtold Hall echoes across campus, big changes are happening in the School of Nursing.
The Gonzaga Bulldogs handed the Portland Pilots their 10th conference loss in their second meeting this season. The teams battled, but the Pilots ultimately lost 93-62.
Even though you really miss your dog back home, owning pets in college can be tough. So what’s the next best thing? Plants.
At the end of her freshman year at the University of Portland, Autumn Clay was ready to leave. Moving from her culturally diverse hometown of Long Beach, California, to the overwhelmingly white University of Portland was a culture shock. It left her feeling without a community at UP.
Portland faced a tough test against the BYU Cougars on Thursday night at the Chiles Center. After an even start, the Cougars pulled away and never looked back, winning 83-48 and dropping the Pilots to 0-10 in conference play.
As the night fell darker and the snow began to stick outside, attentive eyes watched William Chafe, a history professor at Duke University, describe hundreds of years of history — from the passing of the 14th amendment and the promise of equality for all natural born citizens, to the speech of a black man who had a dream, to the position of existing inequality individuals still face today.
Long before Mehling towered over west quad, before students cheered on the Pilots at Merlo Field and even before Buckley Center was built, the land on which the University of Portland campus resides was inhabited by the Native American tribes of what is now the Portland-Metro area.
As measles cases multiply in the Vancouver-Portland region, health officials emphasize the importance of vaccinations. More than 50 cases have been reported in Clark, King and Multnomah counties since early January.
Correction: This story has been corrected to reflect the group effort of planning the TEDx event. An earlier version of this article stated the event was Emily Sandoval and Kaitlin Yap’s idea. It was actually Ellie Jacob’s original idea to host the event.
It’s starting to become an all-too familiar feeling now for the Portland Pilots. UP went winless across all competing sports last week, with both basketball teams and men’s tennis finishing the week without a victory.
Update: The deadline for submissions has been extended to Friday Feb. 15.
Have you ever had a day where you felt like your brain would literally explode if you had to read another page of textbook or do another homework problem? You’re not alone. Have you ever taken a class where your professor is not so generous on excusing absences? You’re not alone there, either.