Oct. 12-18, 2012

Pacific University in the News


Art profs strut their stuff
(Forest Grove News-Times © 10/17/2012) - Cawein Gallery feature on Pacific University Art faculty exhibit. 

A product of partnering
(Forest Grove News-Times © 10/17/2012) - University mention: Optometry's new clinic location at Virginia Garcia's new wellness center in Cornelius. 

Price takes on Sem in HD 21
(Great Falls Tribune [Mont.] © 10/17/2012) - Optometry alumnus Steve Sem vies for seat in Montana legislature. 

Long odds, short money
(Medford Mail Tribune © 10/17/2012) - Politics & Government instructor and Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

German students find common ground in Aloha High School visit
(Beaverton Valley Times © 10/17/2012) - University mention: faculty and students host teenage exchange students from Germany. Homecoming for former Pacific teaching assistant Jennifer Haase. 

Now it's time to get out and vote
(Beaverton Valley Times © 10/17/2012) - Opinion piece by alumna Callie Vandewiele '08. 

Tracing Pacifics ethnic history
(Forest Grove News-Times © 10/17/2012) - Advance preview of Theatre production "The Anxious Seat: Pacific Identity Project." 

Column: Proud to be a part of this great sports town
(Forest Grove Leader © 10/16/2012) - University mention: Intercollegiate Athletics, with emphasis on NCAA Division III and Football. 

Pacific football: Building a program from scratch
(Forest Grove Leader © 10/16/2012) 

Pacific University play aims to raise questions about history, cultural identity
(Forest Grove Leader © 10/16/2012) 

Pacific football: Big fourth quarter can't save Boxers against Pacific Lutheran
(Hillsboro Argus © 10/13/2012) 

Oregon business schools build bridges to industry
(Portland Business Journal © 10/12/2012) - Editor mentions University's 3-year Business degree program. 

Oregon's Battleground House Districts Draw Big Bucks
(Oregon Public Broadcasting © 10/12/2012) - Politics & Government instructor and Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Democrats, Republicans Vie For Control Of Oregon House
(Oregon Public Broadcasting © 10/11/2012) - Politics & Government instructor and Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Beaverton Community Health Partnership plans one-stop health care using federal grant
(The Oregonian  © 10/12/2012) 

Forest Grove Friday Update: Meet the Artist Dinner and hazardous waste removal
(The Oregonian online © 10/12/2012)


Posted by Joe Lang (jlang@pacificu.edu) on Oct 19, 2012 at 6:32 PM

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