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Allowing Students to Address Social Issues on their Own

Several years ago, I watched a news segment on an evening program about how schools and teachers in Japan help teach their students how to appropriately interact with their peers and navigate social issues that arise.  1,072 more words


A Student Perspective: Rock Climbing

I’m Laurel Tieman, a senior in the College of Design and a communications assistant in the School of Kinesiology. This semester I enrolled in PE 1045 – Rock Climbing in an effort to force myself to be more active and to get some exercise. 394 more words


Bucky's Family: Taylor Harbuck

Meet Bucky’s Family member, Taylor Harbuck!


Taylor is a 17-year-old senior at BHS. He was born at Saint Vincent’s hospital and has lived in Beaverton his whole life. 193 more words


Democrats Discuss: GOP tax bill attacks higher education

At 2 a.m. Saturday morning, the Senate passed its version of the tax reform bill. The 479-page bill was given to Senate Democrats only hours before the vote, despite requests by Democrats to postpone until Monday in order to read the lengthy legislation.   411 more words

Subject of Interest

Pursuing your field with passion.

I was an avid childhood reader. Thumbing through chapter books by nightlight, I would read anything engaging with a happy ending that I could get my hands on at the library. 521 more words

Hazing Deaths, Should We Be Concerned?

The above image is from a scene from the movie GOAT, a fictional film about the hazing endured by a group of students pledging a popular fraternity.  442 more words


Revisited: The Attack of the Brain Bees

Anxiety is a big, all-encompassing disorder whose symptoms can affect every single aspect of life.

I was not in a good way when I started my Undergraduate degree, and while I knew that this was the case I don’t think I actually knew how bad it was.

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