March 9, 2012
Leilani Powers '13 is studying abroad in Japan, where much of her family lives. She shares her impressions of the recovery a year after the devastating earthquake and tsunami.
Pacific sophomore Charlotte Basch started re-writing her people's history when she was 12. Now, she is a leader in the Clatsop-Nehalem Tribe and is studying ways to help bring her heritage back to life.
Pacific’s College of Education is taking a new approach to teacher training, embedding science and math professionals in the diverse, high-needs Woodburn School District.
Cultural metamorphoses are occurring in the U.S., and Pacific University's demographics follow suit. Students, faculty, staff and alumni—along with various partnerships and programs—see positive changes.
The Black Student Union at its peak in the mid-1970s drew students from Pacific—as well as students attending other Portland schools—to Forest Grove. Members and community leaders gathered for events, hosted seminars and attended the only Black Studies program in the region at that time.
President Hallick: Boxer stories knit the fabric of the Pacific community
While I admire the sentiment, (Voices, “The World Cup and Immigration," Fall 2010)... Sean Butler '07, Spokane, Wash.
The Interprofessional Diabetes Clinic opened June 12 at Pacific’s Health Professions Campus in Hillsboro, with a focus on the Washington County Latino population.
On December 7, 1941, news of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawai’i shocked the world and brought America abruptly into the war. In Forest Grove, though, for a time life went on as always under the peaceful oaks.
The 2010 World Cup Soccer (football in the rest of the world) playoffs in South Africa captivated sports fans across the globe. Several European teams with the most draconian immigration policies saw immigrant players make huge contributions.