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Philosopher, Animal Rights Ethicist Peter Singer Speaks on Campus

Peter Singer, one of the world's most well-known philosophers and founder of the modern animal rights movement, will speak at Pacific on Sept. 10 in a free lecture.

Pacific's First Women's Wrestler Finds Parallels in Competition, Career

Jill (Remiticado) Uyeda '03 helped start Pacific's women's wrestling program. Today, she uses the tenacity she learned as a wrestler and the science she learned as a physics major in her construction career.

Meet a Boxer: Lucille Butler '16

Lucilla Butler is an art education student in the College of Education at Pacific's Eugene Campus. She shares insight into her own artwork.

Professor Jules Boykoff Analyzes, Opines on Olympic Games Politics

An expert on the politics of international sport, Dr. Boykoff recently provided analysis and commentary about Olympic Games hosting bids to the Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe and The Guardian. 

Catie Prechtel '14

Working South of the Border

After a year in Mexico on a Fulbright Scholarship, Catie Prechtel '14 has headed south again to keep teaching English. An anthropology and Spanish major at Pacific, Prechtel hopes to make a career teaching English and exploring other cultures.

Improvements to North Side of Forest Grove Campus Begin Week of July 20

An extensive reconstruction of University Avenue and landscape enhancements will give the campus' north entrance a new look and feel. 

University's Psi Chi Honor Society Named a Model Chapter

Pacific's chapter is among the top 4 percent in the country to be designated as such by the national organization.

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