University News

Morgan Joseph and son

Born Into The Boxer Tradition

After the Pacific women's soccer team played one of their best matches of the season on Sunday, head coach Morgan Joseph went to bed satisfied with the win. But early Monday morning, she saw her life changing by the second. 

Chamber Singers to Perform "War Requiem" with Oregon Symphony

The university's flagship vocal ensemble will join one of America's largest orchestras in performing a powerful classical work at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall Nov. 2-3.

 Kevin Johnson, Ph.D.

Professor Kevin Johnson Receives Petroleum Research Fund Grant

Kevin Johnson, chemistry professor and director of the School of Natural Sciences within Pacific University's College of Arts & Sciences, has been awarded an American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund grant in the amount of $65,000.

 

Pacific Magazine Philanthropy Edition Honors Donors

Pacific magazine has published its philanthropy edition, honoring the donors who support the university's students and programs.

Tatiana Piatanova

Chance Meeting Leads to New Life

If it hadn’t been for a cross-cultural conversation between a young professional Russian volleyball player and a University of Alaska Fairbanks volleyball coach in 1992, Tatiana Piatanova might not now be at Pacific University.

 

Boxer Football

Football Secures Winning Season

Deven McKinney rushed for two touchdowns to lead Pacific as they secured their first winning season since 1987.

Amos Alonzo Stagg, "The Grand Old Man Of Football," joins his son, former Pacific Head Coach Dr. Paul Stagg, and Paul's son, Skip, in Spring 1948.

Football History: A Stagg Party In Forest Grove

NOTE: As Pacific hosts the University of Chicago in football for the firs

Talking Sports

Aaron Fentress '91 chose Pacific for its journalism program. After graduation, he worked his way up at The Oregonian before becoming a cable TV sports commentator.

Fall Choral Concert Set for Friday, Oct. 25

A number of Pacific University musical groups, including the Chamber Singers and Concert Choir, will give their fall performance. General admission $7, senior citizens $5, Pacific employees and students of any school free with valid ID.

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