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Members of UP’s presidential leadership cabinet — including Acting President and Provost Herbert Medina — held a town hall on March 17 to respond to questions and comments raised from Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice consultant Liz Ortiz’s report.
They are students, nurses, educators, engineers, biologists, philosophers and more. They are make-shift medics/therapists/custodians/event planners/delegators/advocators. They are awake until 2 a.m. doing final rounds and get out of bed for their 8 a.m. class. They celebrate your highs and hold you at your lows. They would drop most things to help you when you need it, not just because it’s their job, but because they truly care. They are your RAs.
Liam Jason, senior communication studies major, was able to call popping popcorn and watching movies with his housemate work for his senior capstone project. While it sounds like this research would have been a piece of cake, it was still a time-consuming and arduous task — requiring extensive qualitative research methods and protocols.
Every once in a while, while I mindlessly scroll through social media, I come across this message: If you support (fill in the blank), unfollow me.
On March 26 men’s basketball guard Chris Austin was carried out of a game against Southern Utah due to a serious leg injury in his lower leg, as reported by the Oregonian.
Latinx Student Union (LSU) is hosting the Unity Ball – one of their biggest events in club history – in the Quiet Side of the Commons on April 2 from 7:30-11:30 p.m.. The ball aims to connect different cultures on campus by showcasing foods, professional performances and dances from various traditions around the world.
Emma Fuller, the current Associated Students of the University of Portland (ASUP) president, and Megan Meckey, former Pamplin School of Business Senator Megan Meckey, were elected ASUP president and vice president respectively.
The conflict in Ukraine continues to worsen and the amount of displaced Ukrainian civilians grows by the day.
With Associated Students of the University of Portland (ASUP) elections open on engage, The Beacon asked all seven candidates running for executive board positions three questions for the student body to get to know them:
I’ve always appreciated the small things when sightseeing in a city or a town, whether it’s the small brick building that has probably been around for hundreds of years or the graffiti that’s just been thrown up. I’ve been lucky enough to be able to experience this in a variety of places throughout my life, having lived on four different continents and traveled to over 30 countries.
Whether you’re looking for a job to finish out this semester, to carry into the summer or to plan ahead for the fall, most students don’t need to look any further than their own campus. The Beacon has compiled a list of some of the most popular student jobs available on The Bluff, whether you’re looking for a few hours of work or just want to meet some fun coworkers. All student jobs can be browsed here.
I have an addiction to Diet Coke, and I’m tired of pretending like I don't.
Update: All water systems were shut off to stop the flooding, and domestic water was turned back on at 3 p.m. the same day, according to the assistant director of Physical Plant Jenn Layman. The leak came from an HVAC line, and it was repaired by 4 p.m., Layman said.
The views and opinions expressed in this discussion are those of the speakers alone. This conversation was recorded on March 15, and as the conflict develops, some points may not be current.
In a game against the New Orleans Privateers on March 19, the men’s basketball team won 94-73. This is their first win in a postseason tournament game in Pilot’s history, as first reported by the Oregonian.
A sexual assault in a residence hall occurred on March 12 at 4:07 a.m. and was reported to Campus Safety on March 14, according to Campus Safety's Crime and Fire Log.
I’ve played soccer since kindergarten and have been a woman even longer. I can remember watching the 2015 Women’s World Cup in a restaurant back home in Colorado, and how excited I was to travel to France in 2019 to watch the World Cup for my high school graduation present. I dyed my hair pink because Megan Rapinoe did, and I’ve spent (probably too much) money on jerseys and tickets to support my favorite teams. Women’s soccer means the world to me. So when the USWNT started officially (by this I mean legally) fighting for equal pay I was right there with them.
For commuter students, it can be difficult to make connections with other students when so many people find friends in dorms or at social events near campus. The new commuter lounge in Franz Hall 123 is, on its surface, a place for commuter students to drop off belongings and get work done between classes, but more importantly, it is a place they can spend time and connect with other commuter students.
Kunal Nyyar, UP alum and star of “The Big Bang Theory,” will be this year’s commencement speaker, the first in-person since 2019, Acting President and Provost Herbert Medina announced in an email to the UP community.
The WIllamette River is arguably as big a part of UP’s identity as the bluff itself — it’s part of UP’s logo. But for nearly all of UP’s 121 year existence, there has been a disconnect between the two.