University News

Professor David Scholnick Discusses His Shrimp on a Treadmill Research in a Political Commentary

Conducting research is a complex undertaking and often requires creative approaches that may appear trivial to the untrained eye.

Public Invited to Boxer Football Sendoff Rally on Saturday Morning, Nov. 15

Join students, faculty and staff in the Stoller Center Fieldhouse at 9:30 a.m. to give the Boxer football team a proper sendoff as it boards the buses to take on Linfield for a berth in the NCAA Division III playoffs. 

10th Anniversary Pacific Philharmonic Concert This Friday

Join us as we celebrate the Pacific Philharmonic's 10th Anniversary S

Hear from Author and Holocost Survivor Alan Weiner

Pacific University is proud to present the life story of Alter Wiener, Holocaust survivor and author of "From A Name to A Number" on Nov. 20, 2014.

Winter Weather May Arrive Early

Parts of Oregon may experience freezing rain or snow later this week. University Community members will receive any schedule changes due to inclement weather through the Boxer Alerts notification system.

Share Pacific University Stories on Social Media

As part of our ongoing website updates, social media share buttons were added to all Press/News content, allowing readers to easily post to their favorite social media channels.

A Night In November

"A Night in November" is the story of a middle-class Protestant in Belfast who defies ostracism to support the Irish soccer team. 

Coach-Turned-Teacher Brings Vision to Alaska Village

Ralph Watkins '08 is a free spirit. Most recently, his wandering feet and Pacific University teaching degree took him to Shishmaref, Alaska, where he's principal of a small preK-12 school.

CLIC Launches Language Ambassador Program

The Center for Languages and International Collaboration launched the Language Ambassador Program in September, 2014, to promote the values of global citizenship and prepare students for lives as culturally sensitive citizens.