University News

Graduate Business Programs Appeal to Working Adults

Pacific's College of Business is offering evening/weekend routes to graduate degrees. Applications are open now for the MBA program starting this fall.

Football and Politics in Slovenia

For Devin Lagorio '14, a journey to central Europe brings together passions for politics and football.

Student Groups Support Diversity

Student leaders have reinstated the historic Black Student Union and founded the Hispanic Heritage Student Association, creating a rising awareness of diversity at Pacific University.

Black Girl in Suburbia

Melissa Lowery '09 debuts her feature-length documentary, "Black Girl in Suburbia," about the experience of growing up black in suburban Oregon.

Long on Math & Science

Pacific University helped launch George Long '63 on a 38-year career in weapons and defense — plus, the Athletic Hall of Fame inductee is still playing tennis.

The World for a Song

Kathryn Compton Bailey Puffett '60  first came to Pacific University during Music in May. Since then, she has performed, researched and taught music around the world.

International Career Expo: Alumni Share Experiences Abroad

As students start developing job skills, it’s natural for them to feel anxiou

To the Moon and Back

Pacific alumnus Alexander “Sandy” Farquhar '65 shares his exceptional life stories, from being in the Pacific Athletic Hall of Fame to helping with the first moon landing and launching secret satellites.

Lorelle Browning Receives Second Fulbright

Lorelle Browning, chair of the English Department, recieved her second Fulbright and will be a visiting scholar in Vietnam for the 2014-15 academic year.

Pacific Celebrates Earth Week 2014

This year, gatherings included two “stuff swaps,” where students exchange unwanted items with other students instead of throwing them away; speaker Phil Mote, a climate scientist discussing the politics of climate change; and a vegan bake sale, which is exactly what it sounds like.

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