University News

Pacific University in the News: April 6-12, 2015

Selected news stories featuring or mentioning the university.

Nun on the Bus Visits Pacific: News Coverage of Sister Simone Campbell's Talk

Presented by the Center for Peace & Spirituality, Sister Simone discussed the role faith can play in promoting public policies that advance the common good.

Young Artists On Campus

Celebrate our youngest learners! Children of the Early Learning Community will display works of art outdoors around campus April 13-17 for the Week of the Young Child. 

Do You Need Summer Housing?

Are you interested in housing for the summer? The details of the campus Summer Housing program are now available on the Housing webpages.

Music, Students are His Passion

Ryan Aiello MA '06 spent 13 years working with Pacific students. As he moves on to a new position, take a look back at this story from April 2013.

Pacific University Dedicates Bench to Honor Fallen Students on One-Year Anniversary of Fatal Accident

The bench honors Kiden Dilla, Ayan Osman and all Pacific University alumni who passed away while they were students at the university.

2014-2015 Pacific University Writing Contest Award Winners Announced

Open to all undergraduate students, first prize writers in each category win a monetary prize and the works are published in PLUM, Pacific's Literature by Undergraduates Magazine. 

Bench Dedication Ceremony to Honor Kiden Dilla and Ayan Osman Moved to Kathrin Cawein Gallery

Originally scheduled to take place at the bench site south of the library, both the ceremony and reception will take place in the Kathrin Cawein Gallery today at 3 p.m. due to the rain. Open to the public.

Pacific University in the News: March 30 - April 5, 2015

Selected news stories featuring or mentioning the university.

Faculty Members Urge Political Candidates to Keep Millennials in Mind

Politics website TheHill.com published a column co-authored by Center for Gender Equity director and History professor Dr. Martha Rampton and Center for Peace & Spirituality director and university chaplain, Rev. Chuck Currie.

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