BONFIRES AND PARADES, football and family. It was all there for the first fall Homecoming and Family Weekend in more than a decade.
More than a dozen faculty and staff members retired recently. We captured a few remembrances.
Although Pacific University is located on the western fringe of the continent, alumni live in all 50 U.S. states. Not surprisingly, most live in Oregon, followed by Washington, California and Hawai’i. There are just five alumni in distant Delaware (greetings Blue Hens!), but besides Idaho (in fifth at 400) there are pretty good contingents in Arizona (395), and over 200 each in Alaska, Minnesota, Montana, Oklahoma and Texas - enough for a great Go Boxers party!
Football and football (soccer), Jane Austen, malarial lizards and vineyard aches and pains.
Sports shorts about Pacific students.
Quickly digestible bits of news for your reading pleasure.
Kamelia Massih O.D.’85 was always the smart one in the family, according to her brother Fariborz Maseeh.
Recognizing a few of the accomplishments and accolades received by the Pacific community.
The University’s Vision Performance Institute in the College of Optometry studies an array of vision issues, including the challenges presented by 3D environments. Meanwhile, we asked people what they think about 3D.
Featuring top-performing student-athletes Chelsey Chamberlain, Cathlene Goya, Michael Hunker, Kevin Schwartz and Jared Van Hoon.