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They walk among us…! Whether the liberal majority at UP likes it or not, there are conservatives sitting next to us in our classes, dancing with us at parties and eating with us at the Commons. I myself am part of the liberal majority, however, I feel compelled to advocate for some humanity as I have witnessed lack of perspective in discussions at UP.
It was a classic enemies-to-lovers romantic trope. You were merely an annoyance I desperately wanted to get rid of.
The men’s and women’s basketball teams each hosted a doubleheader in Chiles this week. The women picked up a win and a loss and the men’s team had two losses. The men’s and women’s tennis teams competed in Seattle, and track and field competed in the Portland Indoor Three at home.
The UP Presidential Search Committee is scheduled to meet this month to choose finalists for preliminary interviews, according to a Jan. 25 campus-wide email from Thomas Arndorfer, chair of the Board of Regents. This is the fourth step in a six step process, according to the Presidential Search Process website.
Menstrual equity has become popularized over recent years and several universities across the country are making it their goal to have menstrual products free and accessible to their students.
It’s the fifth week of spring semester, and students are starting to feel the trudge of homework set in — convincing you it’s been much longer than a month. As paper and presentation due dates are creeping up, it is easy to get overwhelmed and feel the brutal effects of academic burnout.
A Biketown station was installed on the corner of Willamette Blvd. and Portsmouth Ave., in front of Lund Family Hall, on Friday, Jan. 4.
Last year, my young neighbor became one of the 100,000 Americans who died from a drug overdose. An immigrant who came to America as a boy, he was a gifted scholar, graduated from one of America’s top universities, and had an astonishing future ahead of him. Then one night, addiction stole him from our community, causing circles of unspeakable sorrow that will radiate across decades.
Between the endless homework and stress of planning every aspect of your future, paired with feelings of displacement from loved ones, college has always been a time where young adults can face an onset of mental health struggles.
Despite Omicron sending students back to the all too familiar online-classroom for the first two weeks of the semester, classes are now back in-person and being with students have returned to the classroom and are adjusting to life in person.
Imagine this: There is a global pandemic. You are doing your best to isolate and eliminate contact with as many people as possible. If you have to be around others, you make sure to wear a mask and social distance. But here’s the catch, you live with housemates — some of whom want to see their friends, significant others, go to parties and bars, etc.
As the class of 2022 embarks on their last semester of undergrad, UP has launched an updated website to help them navigate their in-person graduation — the first in-person commencement in three years.
Few can say they are more connected to The Bluff than associate professor of psychological sciences Sarina Saturn.
Community members past and present gathered in the academic quad as part of the ‘Pilots for the People: Week of Action’ spirit week, last Friday, Jan. 28. The gathering was a celebration for QTBIPOC students and a send off for Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences, Sarina Saturn – who left UP at the end of January.
Throughout February, multiple University of Portland organizations will be hosting events to honor Black history and celebrate diversity on campus — and with only 2% of UP students self-identifying as Black or African American, this month can provide a welcome celebration of Black history for the entire campus.
This week in Pilot sports, the men’s and women’s basketball teams picked up crucial conference wins, women’s tennis competed at the beach tennis winter invite and at Portland State. The Pilot’s track teams hosted their first indoor track meet, and men’s tennis competed against Texas Christian University and Wichita State.
I spent my entire childhood living next to a graveyard. It’s a very nice graveyard — tall trees, windy paths, hillsides and relaxing benches. If you stand on the side facing the East you will see beautiful views of the city. Being in the graveyard was peaceful. Somedays I would sit there and watch the world move around me, listening to the honks, yells and alarms of civilization.
As COVID-19 has forced the postponement of multiple games in the WCC, UP Athletics has been playing under more robust health protocols.
The UP Men’s Basketball team returned to Chiles on Jan. 27, with a win against the Pacific Tigers for their first home game since Dec. 17, 2021.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced artists to be flexible, and it’s taught them an important lesson: you don’t necessarily need to go into a physical theater to experience a live show, just like you can watch Hollywood movies from your living room couch instead of going to a movie theater.