July 13-19, 2012
Pacific University in the News
Policing dissent at London 2012
(Red Pepper [United Kingdom] © 07/20/2012) - Commentary by Politics & Government associate professor Jules Boykoff. Dr. Boykoff is in London researching the Olympic Games' role in political dissent.
(West Linn Tidings 7/18/12) - Graduation announcements (several students).
A Rare Medium Well Done: 7.17.12
(KTVT 11 CBS [Fort Worth, Texas] © 07/17/2012) - University mention: Forest Grove Campus hosted first Dallas Cowboys Training Camp.
Concours, rain or shine
(News-Times [Forest Grove] 07/17/12) - Classic auto show coverage.
A growing Organic tradition
(Portland Tribune 07/17/12) - University mention: B Street Permaculture.
Knights Players, Coaches Named to All-Star Team
(OurSports Central © 07/17/2012) - Boxer and Baseball student-athlete Rob Dittrick.
Cuesta athletes sign scholarships
(Paso Robles Press [Calif.] © 07/17/2012) - Future Boxer and Women's Basketball student-athlete Kati Sheldon.
Red Bluff grad Aaron Greer earns PhD
(Red Bluff Daily News [Calif.] © 07/17/2012) - Anthropology/Sociology faculty member Aaron Greer.
Just in: Independent colleges serve valuable niches
(The Oregonian online 07/16/2012) - University featured as a Foundation Member of the Oregon Association of Independent Colleges & Universities (OAICU).
Knights' Dittrick wins fan vote
(Corvallis Gazette-Times © 07/15/2012) - Boxer and Baseball student-athlete Rob Dittrick.
Idaho's Spalding has historic Nez Perce mission church, cemetery
(The Oregonian © 07/15/2012) - University mention: pioneer-era teacher Eliza Spalding.
Businesses in the news
(Statesman Journal [Salem] © 07/15/2012) - Physical Therapy alumnus Derek Stokes.
100th birthday in Beaverton; 3D discomfort explained: Your Washington County
(The Oregonian online © 07/14/2012) - Optometry faculty study on 3D stereoscopic viewing.
Warrenton High School graduates net $305,950 in scholarships
(The Daily Astorian © 07/13/2012) - Future Boxer David Birchard Kelley receives Pacific Trustee Scholarship worth $46,000.
Concours d'Elegance, Oregon Lavender Festival: Washington County Weekend
(The Oregonian online © 07/13/2012) - University mention: classic auto show.
The Concours d'Elegance evokes the beauty of a Sunday drive in a vintage Mercedes-Benz
(Hillsboro Argus © 07/13/2012) - University mention: classic auto show.
The Olympics and its discontents
(Anthropology News © 07/2012) - Commentary co-authored by Politics & Government associate professor Jules Boykoff. Dr. Boykoff is in London researching the Olympic Games' role in political dissent.
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