Sept. 7-13, 2012
Selected news stories featuring or mentioning the University that published between Sept. 7-13.
Columbus Day Storm: 50th Anniversary (photo essay)
(The Oregonian online © 09/12/2012) - A collection of historical photos from the golden anniversary of a major storm that wreaked havoc throughout Oregon on Columbus Day (Oct. 12, 1962) features a historical photo of how Pacific University was affected. Photo 11 includes the caption: "Under the oaks was more than campus phrase for Pacific University student Whitney Brown Friday. He found his car under two of them on the Forest Grove campus."
FOOTBALL: Pacific's Moses Villareal-Gomez Named NWC Special Teams Student-Athlete of the Week
(OregonLive.com © 09/12/2012)
MENSCH fest ends summer with a bang
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 09/11/2012) - Preview of the Center for Gender Equity and ACE Board's annual MENSCH Festival.
Boxer tail goes back to school
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 09/11/2012) - Tail of original Boxer returned by alumnus Don Metzger '66, O.D. '67.
Morning report: Urban renewal district may stay
(Klamath Falls Herald and News © 09/11/2012) - Soccer (M&W) game coverage against Oregon Tech.
Intel awards PSU professor $40,000 grant for work with 3-D; woman who reported false carjacking was playing video poker: Washington County Roundup
(The Oregonian online © 09/11/2012) - Boxer Tail story syndication.
Things to do in Canby, Molalla and Oregon City
(The Oregonian © 09/11/2012) - School of Pharmacy to take part in lecture on antique pharmacies and history of the pharmacist profession.
Pacific University physics professor awarded more than $91,800 by National Science Foundation
(OregonLive.com © 09/11/2012) - Physics assistant professor Andrew Dawes.
Tail of Pacific University's missing mascot is returned
(The Oregonian © 09/10/2012) - Also appeared in the Hillsboro Argus.
FOOTBALL: Bill Redell's return to Occidental spoiled by loss to Pacific
(Whittier Daily News [Calif.] © 09/09/2012)
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