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International education week is usually buzzing with events hosted by the International club (I-club) in collaboration with multiple cultural clubs throughout the week. This year’s celebration will look a little different as it returns to its roots, bringing back the 50 year long tradition, International Night, open to the public on Nov. 18 at 5:30 p.m. in the Quiet side of commons.
The sun has shifted from the balanced Libra into a new sign this month. As we ushered in the rainy Portland weather, on Oct. 23 the Sun officially moved into the sign of Scorpio — a sign known for its intensity, perceptiveness and a quiet assurance of power.
After seven years at the University of Portland, Director of the Moreau Center for Service and Justice, Laurie Laird, left UP on Nov. 4, 2022.
On Nov. 14, the Diversity Center celebrated its grand opening along with an exhibition in the inaugural Global and Grateful Gallery. It included a reception from 3-5 p.m. and remarks from Eduardo Contreras, associate provost for international education, diversity and inclusion, Robert Kelly, UP president, Maraina Montgomery, director of study abroad, and Emma Fuller, ASUP president.
This summer I was a part of a crew that catered weddings in Claremont, California, a suburb near Los Angeles. I worked several 10 to 12 hour days and, between nine of us, it was a lot of work. But not only was this the hardest job I’ve had, it was the best. It taught me so much about work culture, labor and love.
For the first time since 2013, the women’s soccer team suited up for a post-season game. On Nov. 12 the Pilots took on the Arizona State Sun Devils at Merlo field. Portland beat Arizona 3-0 to progress to the next round of playoffs.
Stationed at the Praying Hands Memorial, two cadets will stand in silence for 24 hours, from 11 a.m. on Thursday Nov. 10 to 11 a.m. on Friday Nov. 11.
Legendary benefactor and UP Regent Darlene Shiley, whose late husband was esteemed alum and inventor Donald P. Shiley, visited campus during the week of Oct. 24.
When was the last time you turned the keys in your car and acknowledged the hundreds of components that go into its startup and drivability? How often do you grab something off the shelf at a grocery store and actually consider the entire supply chain behind how the item ended up there?
It’s November again.
I love Fleetwood Mac, but I’m not sure I would say I am a hardcore fan. I don’t listen to a lot of the albums all the way through and, besides the affairs, I barely know anything about the band members. It wasn’t even until recently — about a week before writing this, actually — that I realized the impact Fleetwood Mac has on my life.
The Portland Pilots soccer teams are finishing up their regular season play. The women’s team played their last game on Nov. 5 against Gonzaga. They lost 0-2, but finished their WCC competition 5-4 and were undefeated at home.
Junior Alexly Campos-Martinez steps outside her house, ready for work and pauses for a moment in confusion. She doesn’t see her car out front and when she checks behind the house, she realizes her red 1993 Honda Civic del Sol has been stolen.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created many difficulties for student groups on campus. KDUP, UP’s internet-based student radio station, has faced more challenges than most, and hasn’t been on the air for months.
Senior editor of UP’s Writers Magazine, Cora Hyatt, wants to make the bi-annual publication bigger, better and sexier than ever before. The fall 2022 issue launches on Nov. 18. The theme: Eroticism.
The weather had cleared after a few days of rain and the Pilots took to the field for their last home game of the season. For some, it may have been their last home game as a Pilot.
The changing leaves, cloudy skies and rainy days of fall require a specific variety of music. As we find ourselves cozying up inside we may also find our fall playlists need some work. To help you find the music that fits best, The Beacon has compiled a list of artists that are worth listening to this fall.
The Sanderson Sisters were truly an integral part of my childhood. From the first time I watched “Hocus Pocus” I was in love with the entire vibe of the movie — the witches, Halloween and the ‘90s. To this day, “Hocus Pocus” is still the movie I watch when I need comfort or am just having an off day.
The UP Career Center is hosting a three-part series job search workshop for seniors starting this Thursday, Nov. 3rd from 3-4 p.m..
Kapamilya is a Tagalog word that means family, a word that many students use to describe FASA.