These four years may feel as though they've flown by, but photos show just how much seniors have grown during our time at UP.
Several Muslim women at UP told The Beacon that although there are few people on campus who wear the hijab, they rarely get questions from other students about the custom. So we invited them to answer, in their own words, "What does the hijab mean to you?"
One of the first events that Margaret Trout helped to coordinate when she arrived at the University of Portland was a Diversity Dialogues Week session about healthy sex and sexual relationships.
On March 27, a student reported a sexual assault in Lund Family Hall.
Margaret Trout, director of the Health and Counseling Center, will be leaving the University of Portland on May 11, according to an email she sent to colleagues in Student Affairs Tuesday morning.
The Pilot House pub hosts a "tap takeover" every Wednesday night, featuring a different local brewery (or cidery). Cheyenne Schoen and Clare Duffy took over the takeover to do a podcast that will give you tasting suggestions and tell you all about this week's featured cidery, Reverend Nat's.
Brandon Rivera and John Akers were officially elected ASUP president and vice president for the coming year following a runoff election and a rocky couple of days for student government.
All University of Portland students currently studying abroad in London have been accounted for and are safe following what is being called a terrorist attack in the city early Wednesday, according to UP Director of Studies Abroad Eduardo Contreras.
Although the persistent rain has been making summer feel far away, and next fall even further, ASUP elections for the upcoming school year begin Wednesday morning. In addition to electing ASUP leaders, students will also be voting on a resolution to change the ASUP budgeting process. The ASUP Senate unanimously approved the resolution earlier this month.
A University of Portland student is suing Broadway Cab after she was sexually assaulted by one of the company's taxi drivers in February 2015. The $4.75 million lawsuit was filed last week.