July 6-12, 2012
Pacific University in the News
Vote for the top student-athletes of 2012 (BOYS)
(Everett Herald [Wash.] © 07/12/2012) - Future Boxer Jeff Ness.
A piece of cake
(Eugene Register-Guard © 07/11/2012) - Education alumna Ariel King.
(Lebanon Express © 07/11/2012) - University mention: Concours d'Elegance classic auto show.
Pacific University researchers identify factors related to 3D viewing discomfort, as well as remedies
(OregonLive.com © 07/11/2012) - Study conducted by Optometry faculty. Originally reported by Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins and HealthDay and picked up nationally by more than 90 news organizations, including U.S. News & World Report, Yahoo! News and the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Masterpiece glides in on gull wings
(Portland Tribune © 07/11/2012) - 40th annual Concours d'Elegance classic auto show.
Adventures of a 60-buck Ford
(Portland Tribune © 07/11/2012) - University mention: Concours d'Elegance. Also appeared in the West Linn Tidings.
New principal takes over Ogden Middle School
(Clackamas Review © 07/10/2012) - Education alumna Stephanie Murdock.
Colleges continue to add football teams
(Boxscore News © 07/10/2012) - University mention: Football. Also appeared in Cedar Rapids Gazette (Iowa).
SYHS class of 2012 earns 475 scholarships
(Santa Ynez Valley News [Solvang, Calif.] © 07/10/2012) - President and Pacesetters scholarships offered to Joseph Norcia.
At WHS, all of the SGA officers were valedictorians
(Hawaii Tribune-Herald [Hilo] © 07/08/2012) - Future Boxer Liann Yamashita.
Quick, Hillsboro needs a lead air guitarist; Beaverton calls to artists: Your Washington County
(The Oregonian online © 07/08/2012) - Politics & Government associate professor Jules Boykoff researching the Olympic Games for curriculum development.
Knights baseball: Losing streak extends to five with ninth-inning collapse
(Corvallis Gazette-Times © 07/07/2012) - Boxer and Baseball student-athlete Rob Dittrick.
Travelin' Man: Exploring Oregon with Grant McOmie
(Boom! Boomers & Beyond © 07/2012) - Alumnus and adjunct instructor Grant McOmie, also the host of KGW NewsChannel 8's "Grant's Getaways." His relationship with the University is highlighted. Boom! is a monthly publication of Pamplin Media Group.
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