It’s finally fall break, but before you can collapse from post-midterm stress and enjoy the pampering of parents and their home cooked meals for a week, you might have to travel through Portland International Airport (PDX) to reach home destinations.
While international students at the University of Portland can’t vote in the election, some remain interested in voicing their opinions on the political situation and in hearing Americans’ thoughts. They urged all students who can vote to take their ballots seriously.
Gathered from real experiences across the Bluff, these tips are perfect ways to lose a roommate. Side effects include bitterness, anger and an unhealthy dose of passive aggressiveness.
Meet Suzy Clemens, the Bon Appétit employee who has manned the Franz coffee and bagel stop for the past ten years.
Purple, plastic carts rumbled over the sidewalks piled high with the baggage of new freshmen. Music blared and students in matching dorm T-shirts flashed smiles at the nervous and excited newcomers. But move-in at the new Lund Family Hall looked different than at other dorms, as the purple carts struggled over sidewalks while construction continued just feet from the move-in activity. Freshmen moved into the B-Wing of University of Portland’s newest dorm hall Thursday, with the A-wing scheduled to open in mid-October.