Pacific University in the News: April 13-19, 2012

Friday, April 20, 2012

 

Rider reaps more reward
(Hawaii Tribune-Herald © 04/19/2012) - High school standout relies on her sister, Boxer and soccer student-athlete Kayla Davidson, for inspiration.

Good News for Hales, Smith: TV Ads Are Cheap This Year
(Willamette Week [Portland] © 04/18/2012) - Analysis by McCall Center director and Politics & Government instructor Jim Moore.

In HD29 race, two Democrats, two styles
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 04/18/2012) - University mention: Politics & Government instructor Jim Moore.

In Brief: Philosophy Talk comes to Pacific
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 04/18/2012)

Study: Eyeglasses bought online aren’t always what the doctor ordered
(The Journal Times [Racine, Wisc.] © 04/18/2012) - Analysis from study led by Optometry professor Karl Citek.

Four Ways Your Gadgets May Be Harming Your Body
(Entrepreneur  © 04/17/2012) - Vision Performance Institute director and Optometry professor Jim Sheedy discusses Computer Vision Syndrome.

Top 7 Things to do in Oregon's Washington County
(Focus on Travel News © 04/16/2012) - Endorsement of the Kathrin Cawein Gallery of Art.

Washington County News: Tualatin-based Lumber Products files for bankruptcy; Banks names superintendent 
(The Oregonian online © 04/16/2012) - University's Earth Week activities promoted.

MWC spotlight athlete: Duerr is true Warrior in heat of battle
(Albany Democrat-Herald © 04/15/2012) - Prospective Boxer and baseball student-athlete Ben Duerr.

Candidates vie to unseat incumbent
(Statesman Journal [Salem] © 04/15/2012) - Analysis by McCall Center director and Politics & Government instructor Jim Moore.

Washington County Weekend: Pacific University Luau, Hearing Voices storytelling finale, country farms tour
(The Oregonian online © 04/14/2012)

Titanic sinking sends ripples through Oregon history 100 years later
(The Oregonian  © 04/14/2012) - University mention: George Atkinson.

Titanic anniversary produces unsinkable stories
(The Daily Astorian © 04/13/2012) - University mention: Trustee Frank Warren.

Redesigning Civilization: Permaculture's Vision for a Just and Sustainable World
(Santa Barbara Independent [Calif.] © 04/13/2012) - University mention: Toby Hemenway a former Permaculture scholar-in-residence.

Lu'au Rehearsal Photo Gallery
(Hillsboro Argus © 04/13/2012)

Pacific University launches sustainable center
(Portland Business Journal © 04/13/2012)