BONFIRES AND PARADES, football and family. It was all there for the first fall Homecoming and Family Weekend in more than a decade.
MAY DAY AT PACIFIC began in an outdoor flurry of flowers, song and dance in 1914, then shifted indoors in the 1950s and became more like a formal dance.
TODAY HE MIGHT BE CALLED "AT RISK," uninterested in school and unsure what to do with his young life. But Gene McIntyre '60, found unexpected encouragement and used it to fuel a long and successful career in education.
More than a dozen faculty and staff members retired recently. We captured a few remembrances.
Anna Antonia Giedwoyn ’13, a doctoral psychology student at Pacific University, was inspired by a class on the funny ways children speak. The result was a CD of music for children with original lyrics and songs.