University News

Pacific University Welcomes Two New Members to Board of Trustees

State senator Betsy Johnson (D-Scappoose) and retired Bank of Oswego president Dan Heine are the newest members of the university's chief governing body.

Photography Student Provides Service to Local High School Seniors

Stacie Struble '15, a photography student from Albany, is offering complimentary portrait sessions for local high school seniors.

Autumn Choreographers Concert Slated for Nov. 13-15

Presented by Pacific University Dance, the three-day run will take place in the Tom Miles Theatre. General admission is $8, students admitted for $5.

Gordon Lee

Jazz Nite is Saturday, Nov. 8

Jazz Nite is Saturday, Nov 8 at 7:30 p.m. in McCready Hall.

Alumna Named Oregon School Counselor of the Year

Marinda Peters ’05, MA ‘07 has been named 2014 Oregon School Counselor of the Year by the Oregon School Counselor Association.

Experiencing a Culture at Home

An excursion course through the Pacific Northwest gave future clinical psychologists a chance to learn about the culture of their prospective patients.

Pacific University in the News: Oct. 20-31, 2014

Selected news stories featuring or mentioning the university.

Knight Hall

Vera, the Ghost of Pacific

Halloween season is upon us and it wouldn't be complete without a good ghost story or two.

Discomfort Spurs Growth

Pacific's collaboration with the United Kingdom's York St. John University connects faculty to improve their respective programs. York's Hannah Spring, a health sciences instructor, librarian and thrill seeker, shared her insights and expertise during a month-long visit.

El Dia de los Muertos: History, Culture and Altars Display

The Day of the Dead is a Mexican and Mexican-American holiday whose intricate history is intertwined with the history of Mexico and Mexican culture.

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