Oct. 22 - Nov. 3, 2013

Pacific University in the News


Oregon Symphony performs 'War Requiem' with subtle power: Review
(The Oregonian © 11/03/2013) - University Chamber Singers perform with Oregon Symphony.

Torment Saint The Life of Elliott Smith
(Paste Magazine © 11/01/2013) - Review of latest book published by Arts & Sciences Psychology professor Todd Schultz.

Recap: Carl Sandberg Literary Awards Dinner In Chicago
(MissA.com © 11/01/2013) - MFA in Writing faculty member Christine Sneed honored at Carl Sandberg Literary Awards Dinner in Chicago.

Bidder beware: to host the Olympics comes at considerable cost
(The Guardian [UK] © 10/31/2013) - Essay by Politics & Government chair and associate professor Jules Boykoff.

Oregon Symphonic Band opens in FG
(Forest Grove News-Times © 10/31/2013) - Advance preview of Oregon Symphonic Band concert, to be conducted by Pacific University professor Michael Burch-Pesses.

The Short List
(Portland Tribune © 10/31/2013) - University Chamber Singers to perform with Oregon Symphony for first time.

John Kitzhaber 2014: Will he or won't he?
(The Oregonian © 10/31/2013) - Politics & Government instructor and Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation director Jim Moore provides analysis.

Pacific prof releases documentary
(Forest Grove News-Times © 10/31/2013) - Politics & Government associate professor Jeff Seward publishes “The Grasshopper Women."

Fill your pantry this Sunday with local goods
(Forest Grove News-Times © 10/31/2013) - Students assist in the administration of local indoor market event.

October ends with a flurry of treats
(Forest Grove News-Times © 10/30/2013) - Advance mention of Hall-O-Safe trick-or-treat event on campus.

South African activist to visit Pacific campus
(Forest Grove News-Times © 10/30/2013) - Advance preview of Albie Sachs’ lecture, presented by the Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation and the Center for Peace & Spirituality.

Fundraisers for the family grow; community bike ride set
(Forest Grove News-Times © 10/30/2013) - Students fundraise for hit and run victims’ families.

Adelante thanks vendors, customers, meteorologists
(Forest Grove News-Times © 10/30/2013) - University and others thanked for sponsorship of local farmers market.

Boxers rebound with convincing win over Maroons
(Forest Grove News-Times © 10/30/2013) - Football team defeats Chicago (10/26).

Top Oregon GOP donor Andrew Miller has ties to candidates for governor, Senate and Congress
(The Oregonian © 10/30/2013) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis.

This week in Forest Grove: Halloween and Day of the Dead
(Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian © 10/30/2013) - Advance mention of Hall-O-Safe trick-or-treat event on campus.

Damelio shines all over court for Aggies
(Fairfield Daily Republic [Calif.] © 10/30/2013) - Football student-athlete Craig Bailey.

College bound: Program plants the seed with class of 2030
(Gresham Outlook © 10/29/2013) - University is among several institutions participating in local I Have A Dream Oregon College Day.

Portland doctor seeks to win US Senate seat
(Associated Press © 10/29/2013) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. Syndicated nationally.

Pacific University men's and women's wrestling entering a new era, coach says
(The Oregonian © 10/29/2013)

Damascus Voters Could Dismantle Government
(Oregon Public Broadcasting © 10/28/2013) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. (audio clip)

Expert on the 19s
(FM News 101 KXL © 10/28/2013) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. (audio clip)

Oregon Symphony to perform Benjamin Britten's powerful 'War Requiem'
(The Oregonian © 10/28/2013) - University Chamber Singers to perform with Oregon Symphony.

Forest Grove athletes find ways to honor girls killed in hit-and-run crash
(Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian © 10/27/2013) - Moment of silence before Boxer Football game vs. Chicago (10/26) held in honor of local hit and run victims.

GOP Senate hopefuls see Merkley as vulnerable
(Bend Bulletin © 10/27/2013) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis.

Next on Kitzhaber's agenda: tax reform
(Bend Bulletin © 10/26/2013) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis.

Q and A: Eric Gietzen shares FGHS memories, discusses Pacific football's rise to prominence
(Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian © 10/25/2013) - Football student-athlete Eric Gietzen.

Good music and sausage dinners mark early November in Forest Grove
(Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian © 10/25/2013) - Advance mention of upcoming Pacific University Symphonic Band Concert, as well as Oregon Symphonic Band concert to be conducted by Music Professor Michael Burch-Pesses.

Forest Grove fatal crash: How you can help, Part II
(Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian © 10/25/2013) - Students fundraise for hit and run victims’ families. Moment of silence at Football game planned.

Henry Schein Introduces Software For Dental Hygiene Schools
(Bloomberg BusinessWeek © 10/24/2013) - Dental Health Science administrator Maria Deming provides analysis. Syndicated internationally.

This week in Forest Grove: Celebration of life for Anna-Dieter Eckerdt and Abby Robinson
(Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian © 10/24/2013) - Advance mentions of Music Department’s fall Choral Concert and Performing Arts Series event featuring Keola Beamer.

Slack key guitar master performs at Pacific
(Forest Grove News-Times © 10/23/2013) - Advance preview of Keola Beamer concert (Performing Arts Series).

Community Calendar
(Lincoln City News Guard © 10/23/2013) - Advance mention of University Chamber Singers performance in Lincoln City.

Spooky stories, fine wines and phantoms converge and collide this weekend in Hillsboro
(Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian © 10/23/2013) - Advance mention of Performing Arts Series event featuring Keola Beamer.

Ghost of Vera haunts Pacific University
(Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian © 10/23/2013)

Ridership gains lead to growing pains
(Forest Grove News-Times © 10/23/2013) - Student Simon Brooks appreciates local transit service.

Letters to the editor
(Forest Grove News-Times © 10/23/2013) - Pharmacy students team with Hillsboro Police to provide resource for prescription drug information and proper disposal of drugs.

Walden's vote no on the shutdown-ending deal likely didn't sway voters
(Medford Mail Tribune © 10/22/2013) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. Also appeared in the Ashland Daily Tidings.

Yes, The 'Brosurance' Keg Stand Obamacare Ad Is Real. Meet the Guy Who Made It
(Mother Jones © 10/22/2013) - Alumnus Adam Fox ’07.

 

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