Jan. 27 - Feb. 2, 2012
Selected news stories featuring or mentioning Pacific University that published between Jan. 27 and Feb. 2.
Rock band Kansas to play alongside Pacific University Philharmonic in Northwest Portland concert
(The Oregonian © 02/02/2012)
Sources say Bonamici wins, local issues lose
(Portland Tribune © 02/02/2012) - Politics & Government assistant professor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis.
Clackamas County grants seek to foster healthy eating, active living
(The Oregonian © 02/02/2012) - University mention: Graduate student Johanna Wong pictured.
Shittu ends suspense, chooses Stanford; Cochran off to Cal
(Merced Sun-Star [Calif.] © 02/02/2012) - Future Boxer and football student-athlete Nick Datray commits to Pacific. Included is a short video of Datray explaining why he chose Pacific.
Arts Briefs - Good Lovelies bring folk sounds to Pacific, Submissions sought for ‘Questioning Functionality’ exhibit
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 02/01/2012)
Fans put their Super Bowl picks on the line
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 02/01/2012) - Football coach Keith Buckley on the upcoming Super Bowl.
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 02/01/2012) - Women's Wrestling coverage.
Hargitt wins for Pacific
(Clackamas Review © 02/01/2012) - Boxer and swimming student-athlete Michael Hargitt
Kwame Dawes: Fire & Other New Poems; An Interview by Dorianne Laux and Joseph Millar (PDF file of article attached)
(The American Poetry Review - © Jan-Feb 2012) - MFA in Writing faculty members Dawes, Laux and Millar discuss Dr. Dawes' work and Pacific's MFA in Writing program.
Snapshots of an Artist
(The Brooklyn Rail [N.Y.] © 02/01/2012) - CAS Psychology professor Todd Schultz.
Pacific University adds five new baccalaureate degree programs
(OregonLive.com © 01/31/2012)
Guest Viewpoint: UO alum helped Korea to peace
(The Register-Guard [Eugene] © 01/29/2012) - Alumnus Robert Oliver.
Your Washington County: Hillsboro Teen Idol, OMSI Science Pub, atheist spiritualism
(The Oregonian online © 01/29/2012) - Biology professor Deke Gunderson discusses permaculture during Omni Science Pub Hillsboro.
'Film Fridays' feature avant-garde, edgy works
(The Southern Illinoisan [Carbondale] © 01/27/2012) - Media Arts faculty Jennifer Hardacker and Enie Vaisburd film project "Kid on Hip, Camera in Hand."
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