University News

Pacific University in the News: Sept. 8-14, 2014

Selected news stories featuring or mentioning the university

America By Bike

Doug Hopper MAT '06 rode his bike halfway across the country as his wife Teresa Hopper '86 drove support. 

'Holocaust Images' sculpted by Hillsboro artist on display in Library

The exhibit continues through October. Professor Emeritus Mike Steele to discuss the exhibit on Sunday, Sept. 21

Changes to Paycheck Delivery for Students Employed by the University

A new delivery procedure of paychecks for students employed by the university.

Important Parking Information - Forest Grove Campus

Students and employees who park in non-designated areas, including private business lots, may have their vehicles towed.

Pacific University Recognized for Excellence by National Media

Washington Monthly ranks the university 15th nationally, and US News & World Report and Forbes have Pacific in the upper echelon of their respective lists.

Run for Sight on Sept. 20

The Forest Grove Lions Club and College of Optometry sponsor the Run/Walk for Sight, with 5K and 10K distances open to everyone.

Public Invited to Pacific University on Saturday, Sept. 20 for Hispanic Forum

Sessions include countywide issues related to education, healthcare, workforce development and more.

Psi Chi and Rainbow Coalition Raise $785 through HIV/AIDS Walk

Student clubs raise funds for awareness and support of those affected by the disease

UC Opens for Meals

The Washburne University Center is now open for meals. Phase 2 of improvements are scheduled to be complete later this month.

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