A GRANDFATHER'S SHARING OF DARKROOM CRAFT with his 8-year-old granddaughter and a photography professor's encouragement lead to two majors—and a continuing interest in the art of the image.
I was really impressed with the current publication [covering] Pacific’s return of football...Barbara M. Sinclair '92
Short profiles of Bobbi Nickels '70; Reese Moriyama '10; and Felicity Shoulders '08, followed by full Class Notes listings.
I appreciated Blake Timm's comprehensive look at the history of football at Pacific. I thought I could add a few details on the decision to drop football in 1992...Thomas Beck, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, 1991-2003, Forest Grove, Ore.
Congratulations! I love the new format of the Pacific magazine. I actually shed tears of joy upon reading that football has begun again after 19 years...Patricia Campbell Tennant '56, Prineville, Ore.
As an aging veteran, I was absolutely enthralled by your most recent e-issue...Colonel Daniel W. (Jake) Jacobowitz, USAF (Ret.) '65, Lorton, Va.
I can’t tell you how emotional I became in reading what you have written. (Fall 2010 “The Last Rich Year, Paul Ostrander: Fight for the Sky”)...Margaret Ostrander Rose, Seattle, Wash.
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.
I enjoyed your article in the magazine (Fall 2010 “The Last Rich Year”). I suppose it was especially meaningful to me since I was at Pacific from 1941 until January 1943...Edsel V. Colvin '42, Gold Beach, Ore.