The University of Portland women’s basketball team lost to the #9 Oregon Ducks 85-52 in their first game in the Chiles Center since last February.
After many months of COVID-19 induced uncertainty surrounding the basketball season, the University of Portland women and men’s basketball teams recently started the 2020-21 season — the first time any Pilots team has suited up for play since March 10, when the women’s basketball team won the WCC tournament.
This podcast is a conversation with Political Science professors, Dr. Bill Curtis and Dr. Gary Malecha, about the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court of the United States, and the effects it will have. They also discussed their favorite memories of justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
After COVID-19 caused the nation to go into lockdown, Turney was left with a hole in his schedule. True to character, Turney chose not to "sit back and do nothing.” With the cancelation of the season, he now had time to do something he had been eyeing for a while: start an art business.
One method I have found for coping with the stress of school is reading the obituary section. It helps me take a step back and a deep breath from my coursework and allows me to recalibrate with myself.
The last thing Raphaelle LeBlanc expected to happen when she DM’d Megan Rapinoe last summer inviting her to a Pilot’s Talk was a response.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has reversed last week’s position and issued UP and Portland State University men’s and women’s basketball the same exemption from COVID-19 state restrictions as the University of Oregon and Oregon State University.
The University of Portland men’s and women’s basketball teams are looking into options to play and practice outside Oregon, UP Vice President for Athletics Scott Leykam told The Beacon Thursday.