Globalization

New Faces at Pacific University

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.

Letter from the President

President Hallick: Boxer stories knit the fabric of the Pacific community

Disaster in Japan

Pacific’s connection

A tragedy across the ocean touches and inspires the Pacific community.

Norihiro Mizukami ’07

'That tragic scene of the tsunami always reminds me I’m lucky to be alive.'

Angelica Rockquemore ’10

Resilience, determination reveal beauty in the wake of disaster

Briefly Noted, Fall 2011

Featuring a governor's donation, a renowned philosopher, food service sustainability and accountability, and the College of Optometry's Pacific EyeClinic Beaverton.

Positive Flow: Garrett Russell '08

When Garrett Russell ‘08 got a phone call from an old friend, he felt his future calling...

Soccer and Immigration

While I admire the sentiment, (Voices, “The World Cup and Immigration," Fall 2010)... Sean Butler '07, Spokane, Wash.

Mezut Ozil, Turkish-born player for Germany. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

The World Cup and the Politics of Immigration

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.