The location is the hardest part about the school.
With the intensity of Pacific's "green life" I found it frustrating when I could never find a garbage can. When it is found, there are recycle bins and garbage which is nice. But how about some more garbage cans! I hate seeing trash on the ground outside of campus and I would hate for that to be from a peer of mine.
The school is pretty small so sometimes dating can feel like incest. Also, if you have a big blow up with someone it's hard to avoid them. In the academic sense there's some delays in important offices that annoy me.
The most frustrating thing about Pacific is that it's in such a small town and there isn't much to do unless you go into Portland.
I do not get enough artistic interaction, there are no places to go during the weekends, or weekdays, there is not enough diversity in faculty or in staff, we're in themiddle of WHITE country, yo.
Although the food in the cafeteria is good, there is not a huge variety of choices.
Not in the city
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