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If you have had an unwanted, confusing, coerced, or forced sexual experience, or if you have concerns about your relationship, confidential advocates can help you process your experience, connect you to resources, and explain your options for reporting.
Pacific Hall exterior
Finish work continues throughout the building as we look forward to wrapping up the bulk of the remaining construction activities, cleaning, and punching spaces in the next six to seven weeks.
A small banner image for the Healthy Minds Study.  In a blue box on the top are the statements in white text, "Your voice matters, Your wellbing matters, and you matter".  In a white text box below, in blue letters are the words "The Healthy Minds Survey".  The text boxes are surrounded by a green border.
Participate in the Healthy Minds survey today! This anonymous survey provides a confidential route for students, staff and faculty to share their mental health experiences at Pacific.
gifts for annual holiday giving tree
The NHOH Holiday Giving Tree is wrapping up on Nov. 30. Please consider a donation of a toy or clothing to brighten the holiday for children.
Join us in supporting our local performers with and without disabilities at our first annual and fully accessible Unified Dance Showcase. A silent auction fundraiser and refreshments will precede the Dec. 3 show.
Worried about hard conversations over the Thanksgiving dinner table? You're not alone. The Tom McCall Center for Civic Engagement has created a quick guide for managing these conversations.
Spots are still available at the NHOH tapa flower making workshop on Tuesday, Nov. 28. Create two tapa flowers and learn about the history and use of tapa in many Polynesian cultures.
Julia Senestaro Practices PA Skills
Julia Senestraro '21 PA '25 wants to ensure that language barriers break down in her work as a physician assistant. Pacific's involvement in the AHEC Scholars program is helping her prepare to meet that goal.
Emily Kresin '24 Discusses Her Poster Presentation At The Murdock Conference
Pacific students participated in the Murdock College Science Research Conference, which provides students in the Northwest the opportunity to present research on topics across an entire spectrum of scientific subjects. This year's conference was co-hosted by Pacific University.
UIS is happy to announce the availability of MyBoxer, a resource for students and employees to navigate all things Pacific!

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