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I was sitting in my drawing class and I decided to put on the album “M!ssundaztood” by P!nk (which is a vibe by the way). This was based purely on a whim after I had seen a Tiktok starring P!nk and it unlocked a memory — me in the car on the way to school years ago vibing to her music — this album in particular — with my dad.
Vinyls, while making a resurgence because of their aesthetic appeal, are more than just a pretty thing to look at.
Every year, prospective students come to The Bluff to tour the University of Portland campus and decide if this is where they will spend the next four years of their lives. This year, students who tour the campus and decide to enroll will receive an award: A $1000 scholarship on their first term.
Here’s a life lesson I think we all should learn from the musical “Wicked”: Don’t take life so seriously.
If you know me, you know there are three things I say almost nonstop: “It’s because I’m a libra,” “And that’s my truth” and “I love Tom Selleck,” but that one’s beside the point.
In an instant, you feel a rush of pressure rise to your head. The aching pain tingles across the front of your scalp as the pressure tightens. It sharply calls for your attention, hands meeting your head to try and relieve the throbbing pain: a headache.
At the beginning of every school year hundreds of students flood into their new dorm rooms. Communal bathrooms, roommates and twin XL beds become a new norm for college students. Living on campus can be a unique and appreciated experience, but is it worth it?
My sister Clara is four years younger than me. I watched her grow from a two year old playing with American girl dolls to a 14-year-old going to her first high school dance. She used to join me against my will on all my favorite outings.
As the streets are still covered with snow and ice, that means another snow day for the Pilots. This announcement came in an email sent earlier today by the Vice President for Financial Affairs, Eric Barger, and Interim Provost, Elise Moentmann. Here’s a compiled list of what’s open on campus this weekend, Feb. 25-26.
The University has hired Jackie Moran from Grand River Solutions to serve the roles previously held by the Title IX coordinator position. Moran was introduced at Tuesday night's Title IX Information Session and Q&A. During this, Moran and Herdener discussed the Title IX department at UP, what resources students have, and what their roles are in the department.
A record of 10.8 inches of snowfall has made University of Portland close campus today. Online classes will continue as scheduled and a decision about tomorrow will come at a later time.
Everyone knows what student government is: a group of students that meet regularly and are supposed to advocate for the rights and needs for the whole student body. In some high schools, student government might not have been as prevalent in making actionable change.
If you’ve lived in Portland long enough, chances are you’ve cheered on the Trail Blazers at the Moda Center or spent afternoons playing in a sports tournament at Delta Park.
Update: Due to the recent weather, the Job and Internship Fair is being tentatively rescheduled to March 31.
A 17-page document issued by the Archdiocese of Portland calling on Catholic schools and youth programs to “not endorse gender identity theory nor enable any form of gender transition,” will not affect UP’s support of transgender and gender-nonconforming people at UP, according to a University spokesperson.
Did you know that the University will require a 2-year residency for incoming freshman students beginning next year? Did you know that the Provost stepped down from his position? What about the recent termination of the Title IX coordinator position?
This article was updated after inclement weather has closed down campus for two days. This talk will not be held in person but will be recorded and made available at a later date.
For the month of February, UP students can access vouchers that take $10 off their Uber rides due to a partnership between Uber and It’s On Us, an organization affiliated with UP’s Students Against Sexual Assault (SASA) club. The University’s chapter of It’s On Us was given $5000 in $10 rideshare vouchers for students to use.
The UP baseball team boasts numerous players who are slated to be stars this upcoming season. They finished last season tied for second and are projected to finish third this season. Whether you’re an avid fan or simply a UP student hoping to get into baseball here’s everything you need to know.
Josiah Duenas was in third grade when dance consumed his body. At a Fiesta with his family, familiar dance tunes filled up the room — “The Electric Slide” and “Cupid’s Shuffle” to name a few. Duenas sat in his chair dancing by himself. His mother noticed this and suggested he go join everyone on the dance floor.