Freshman year experiences at Pacific University introduced Sue Mach to the theatre. In January, the playwright opened two of her original works in Portland.
Feb. 15, 2013
Display of old books and maps show the inaccurate roots of old stereotypes.
First-year optometry student Rebecca Wilbur and freshman Celine Yip are among the countless Pacific students who come for more than an education— they come for hope for a different future, for themselves, their families and their communities.
Aug. 30, 2012
Students look for ways to get involved and learn more through the fall Work & Service Fair.
For Mike Wilhoit ’77, food is business. Wilhoit’s family has been farming hazelnuts in Oregon for more than 70 years, and today, he is a leader in agricultural development in the state.
Food is more than what appears on the table. What we eat is an element of who we are, where we come from and how we relate to our world. To the social scientist, food is a symbol of culture, identity, gender, family and power.
The new Center for a Sustainable Society will provide a collaborative framework for sustainability efforts on all of Pacific’s campuses.
Don Metzger '66, O.D. '67 has had the tail of the original Boxer statue for 45 years. In July, he returned it to Pacific University.
Aug. 9, 2012
First wave of undergraduate students arrive on campus for Fall 2012 orientation.
The Forest Grove Summer Food Program creates a community gathering where children can eat and play every day. And Pacific University staff and alumni are right there to help.