Angela Davis, renowned civil rights activist, spoke to a large crowd on Friday, April 18 in the Stoller Center after her appearance on February 6 was postponed due to heavy snow.
Thirty years after it started, the Tom McCall Forum is remembered as an experiment that exceeded expectations, bringing national leaders to Pacific’s backyard to debate the hot issues of the day.
The legacy lives on today as the new Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation empowers Pacific University students to be active citizens and gives them a voice in local politics, campaigns and policymaking.
Featuring a governor's donation, a renowned philosopher, food service sustainability and accountability, and the College of Optometry's Pacific EyeClinic Beaverton.
When Garrett Russell ‘08 got a phone call from an old friend, he felt his future calling...
While I admire the sentiment, (Voices, “The World Cup and Immigration," Fall 2010)... Sean Butler '07, Spokane, Wash.
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.