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.
CLASS OF 1960 ALUMNI gathered at Reunion in June, lunched, laughed and added their names to the Golden Guard Sidewalk near Old College Hall.
Past and Present Dinner, a rainy commencement and Pacific's expert on the hoarding disorder.
An art major while at Pacific, Miranda Mueller has illustrated two books to date, including "Mishka: An Adoption Tale," and "The Forever Friends." Her most recent project has been creating customized name plates for nurseries and child's rooms.
Though separated by 131 years, 19 students both encountered and became acquainted with President Sidney Harper Marsh, Pacific University’s first president, through their transcription of a selection of Marsh’s letters, sermons and a commencement address.
Remembering Fred Scheller '43, M.A. '54, who passed away in May 2010.
100th Season Begins with High Hopes
After a 19-year absence, Pacific football returns this fall with a new stadium, new field and over 100 players eager to start the University's 100th season.