Pacific University in the News: Jan. 27 - Feb. 2, 2012

Friday, February 3, 2012

 

Rock band Kansas to play alongside Pacific University Philharmonic in Northwest Portland concert
(The Oregonian © 02/02/2012)

Sources say Bonamici wins, local issues lose
(Portland Tribune © 02/02/2012) - Politics & Government assistant professor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis.

Clackamas County grants seek to foster healthy eating, active living
(The Oregonian © 02/02/2012) - University mention: Graduate student Johanna Wong pictured.

Shittu ends suspense, chooses Stanford; Cochran off to Cal
(Merced Sun-Star [Calif.] © 02/02/2012) - Future Boxer and football student-athlete Nick Datray commits to Pacific. Included is a short video of Datray explaining why he chose Pacific.

Arts Briefs - Good Lovelies bring folk sounds to Pacific, Submissions sought for ‘Questioning Functionality’ exhibit
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 02/01/2012)

Fans put their Super Bowl picks on the line
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 02/01/2012) - Football coach Keith Buckley on the upcoming Super Bowl.

Sports Briefs
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 02/01/2012) - Women's Wrestling coverage.

Hargitt wins for Pacific
(Clackamas Review © 02/01/2012) - Boxer and swimming student-athlete Michael Hargitt

Kwame Dawes: Fire & Other New Poems; An Interview by Dorianne Laux and Joseph Millar (PDF file of article attached)
(The American Poetry Review - © Jan-Feb 2012) - MFA in Writing faculty members Dawes, Laux and Millar discuss Dr. Dawes' work and Pacific's MFA in Writing program.

Snapshots of an Artist
(The Brooklyn Rail [N.Y.] © 02/01/2012) - CAS Psychology professor Todd Schultz.

Pacific University adds five new baccalaureate degree programs
(OregonLive.com  © 01/31/2012)

Guest Viewpoint: UO alum helped Korea to peace
(The Register-Guard [Eugene] © 01/29/2012) - Alumnus Robert Oliver.

Your Washington County: Hillsboro Teen Idol, OMSI Science Pub, atheist spiritualism
(The Oregonian online © 01/29/2012) - Biology professor Deke Gunderson discusses permaculture during Omni Science Pub Hillsboro.

'Film Fridays' feature avant-garde, edgy works
(The Southern Illinoisan [Carbondale] © 01/27/2012) - Media Arts faculty Jennifer Hardacker and Enie Vaisburd film project "Kid on Hip, Camera in Hand."