Pacific University in the News: May 12-18, 2014

Monday, May 19, 2014

 

Jayne: Witty retorts not enough to unseat a House incumbent
(Vancouver [Wash.] Columbian © 05/18/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation director Jim Moore provides analysis.

Pacific University honors the Class of 2014's 350 graduates 
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian © 05/17/2014) - Spring Commencement coverage.

High-school athletes with Tourette's inspire, compete
(The Seattle Times © 05/17/2014) - Future Boxer and Men’s Soccer student-athlete Leyton Thommasen. 

Full list of Hispanic Academic Achievers Program scholarship winners
(Tri-City Herald [Kennewick, Wash.] © 05/17/2014) - Future Boxer Sydney Virgen. 

New principal selected for Carmel Valley Middle School
(Del Mar [Calif.] Times © 05/16/2014) - Education alumnus Bjorn Paige named middle school principal. 

Kirkland's Aasness selected as Outstanding Senior Athlete at SPU
(Kirkland [Wash.] Reporter © 05/16/2014) - Softball student-athlete Sara Aasness.

Forest Grove baseball beats Century, Pacific University senior awarded Fulbright to teach in Mexico: School Notes
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian © 05/16/2014) - English professor Lorelle Browning. 

Monica Wehby stalking report: Much ado about nothing or threat to her campaign?
(The Oregonian © 05/16/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

What makes a candidate a resident of his or her district?
(Salem Statesman Journal © 05/16/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis.

Washington County Commissioner Greg Malinowski is led by environmental concerns, square peg in a round hole
(Hillsboro Argus/Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian © 05/15/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

English professor gets second Fulbright grant
(Forest Grove News-Times © 05/14/2014) - English professor Lorelle Browning. 

Spring commencement 2014 schedule of events
(Forest Grove News-Times © 05/14/2014) - Advance preview of spring commencement. 

Trio shines in Pacific Class of '14
(Forest Grove News-Times © 05/14/2014) - Profiles of Valedictorian Matthew Morse, Fulbright Scholar Catie Prechtel, and outstanding musician Justin Redona. 

Forest Grove Mayor Peter Truax returns home, nearly a week after motorized scooter crash
(Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian © 05/14/2014) - Alumnus Pete Truax ’69. 

For a well-run county and well-run fair, vote for change
(Forest Grove News-Times © 05/14/2014) - Opinion by alumnus and former employee George Horner.  

Forest Grove High School girls golf, Viking House tours, poetry reading at Pacific University: School Notes
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian © 05/14/2014) - Advance mention of Center for Gender Equity’s Adelante Mujeres poetry readings. 

Pacific University to host undergraduate, professional programs commencement ceremonies
(Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian © 05/14/2014) 

Multiple partners agree to promote education in Woodburn
(Woodburn Independent © 05/14/2014) - University commits to education with Woodburn partner organizations.

Forest Grove High School softball, parent meeting about FGSD Online, Pacific University alumnus reflects: School Notes
(Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian © 05/13/2014) - Mention of Pacific magazine feature on alumnus Sandy Farquhar.

Free health screenings in Hillsboro at Inukai Family Boys & Girls Club this weekend
(Hillsboro Argus/Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian © 05/13/2014) - School of Dental Health Science provides complimentary care. 

Elizabeth Furse brings broad vision, plans for change to Washington County commissioner race
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian © 05/13/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Bob Terry brings work ethic, focus on growth to Washington County commissioner race
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian © 05/13/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Forest Grove considers community enhancement funds; little interest in Times Litho: Forest Grove Watch
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian © 05/13/2014) - Mention of university’s plan to cover Lincoln Park Stadium grandstand with roof. 

 

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