Danika Gilbert '94 led 13 Afghan girls on a mountain climbing expedition, helping them build leadership skills and confidence in a part of the world that often tells them, "You can't."
A historic story gives its name to Pacific's new Bee Tree Books publishing service. So it is only fitting that the first publication is a book of historic essays from the university's earliest days.
Pacific University Press publishes its first book in May 2016.
November 18, 2015
At 18, Matt Elyea wasn't ready for college. After starting a career in the Air Force, though, he's studying exercise science at Pacific University and looking to a future as a physician assistant.
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Warren Shaw, father of Boxer quarterback Warner Shaw, temporarily moved from Hawai‘i to Oregon to cheer on the team in his son's final year. “There’s enough Hawai'i here, it rubs off. Even other parents, they kind of have a little Hawai’i spirit.”
Priscilla Rader '12 paired a love of animals with a Pacific philosophy degree on her way to law school and a career protecting animal rights.