Feb. 17-23, 2014

Pacific University in the News


Stars in the Grove talent show draws a crowd to Pacific University
(Oregonian/Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus © 02/23/2014)

The policies and politics of the 2014 Sochi Olympics
(Straight Talk - KGW NewsChannel 8 © 02/22/2014) - Politics & Government associate professor and department chair Jules Boykoff discusses the politics of the recent Olympic Games with KGW’s Laural Porter. Syndicated on Northwest Cable News. (video) 

Conger's Salem days drawing to end; "It's been a privilege"
(Bend Bulletin © 02/22/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

'Moon' Odyssey: Local author Therese Walsh's new novel tells of sisters' journey
(Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin [N.Y.] © 02/22/2014) - Optometry professor and Vision Performance Institute director James (Jim) Sheedy cited. 

Pacific University's re-started Black Student Union aims to create a more welcoming campus for black students
(The Oregonian/Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus © 02/21/2014) 

Fernhill Wetlands tree planting, talent show and Angela Davis talk: Forest Grove happenings
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian © 02/21/2014) - University mentioned for rescheduling Angela Davis event (April 18). 

Gaston basketball, Rep. Suzanne Bonamici at Pacific University, Forest Grove School Board meeting: School Notes
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian © 02/21/2014) - Advance mention of Rep. Bonamici’s appearance at the university (Feb. 24). 

Pacific University's Poetry Slam to feature poet T. Miller
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian © 02/21/2014) - Advance preview of university’s annual Slam Poetry event. 

Parent school clubs, black history event at Pacific University and food film festival: Forest Grove happenings
(Oregonian © 02/20/2014) - Advance mention of "Who I Am" theatrical production, sponsored by the university’s Black Student Union. 

'Take 10 bucks and do good'
(Forest Grove News-Times © 02/19/2014) - Freshman Christian Cotuna raises money for impoverished villages. Other students in a First Year Seminar class, including Aaron Ferguson, also gave their time and resources. 

Sports Briefs
(Forest Grove News-Times © 02/19/2014) - Boxer Swimming teams break records at Northwest Conference Championships. Indoor Track & Field squads fare well at University of Washington meet.

Of card catalogs, technology - and rubber duckies
(Forest Grove News-Times © 02/19/2014) - Alumna Linda Minor (French) to retire from her post as Forest Grove City Librarian. 

Long-range shooting powers Pioneers past Pacific
(Forest Grove News-Times © 02/19/2014) - Men’s Basketball game coverage versus Lewis & Clark (Feb. 15). 

Stars hiding in plain sight to shine soon
(Forest Grove News-Times © 02/19/2014) - Advance preview of Forest Grove Talent Show held in the university’s Taylor-Meade Performing Arts Center (Feb. 22). 

Sports briefs: UCD's Baxter and Hansen have big days at The Prestige
(Davis Enterprise [Calif.] © 02/19/2014) - University names Eric Mild Men’s Soccer head coach. 

Adelante students read at Pacific tonight
(Forest Grove News-Times © 02/19/2014) - Advance preview of semiannual poetry readings, sponsored by the Center for Gender Equity. 

Health center sees 3,000 students
(Forest Grove News-Times © 02/19/2014) - Professional Psychology student Andrea Nillen among a staff of four that provides care at Forest Grove High School Health Center. 

STEAM Festival coming March 14
(Woodburn Independent © 02/19/2014) - University mention for co-sponsoring STEAM education festival (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics). 

How Northwest's Natural Resource Policy-Making Could Change
(Oregon Public Broadcasting © 02/19/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Pacific University professor talks Olympics, Banks School Board meeting preview, Gaston's pep assembly: School Notes
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian © 02/18/2014) - Politics & Government associate professor and department chair Jules Boykoff’s Olympics analysis noted. 

Bend-La Pine makes principal assignments
(KTVZ-FM [Bend] © 02/18/2014) - Education alumna Anissa Wiseman named principal at elementary school in Bend. 

Gerry Meguire glad he returned home
(Great Falls Tribune [Mont.] © 02/17/2014) - Optometry alumnus Gerry Meguire. 

Morning News: Political Expert Jim Moore
(FM News 101 KXL © 02/17/2014) Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. (audio) 

Celebration capitalism, protest and the Sochi Olympics
(Canadian Dimension © 02/17/2014) - Politics & Government associate professor and department chair Jules Boykoff discusses his research on the Olympic Games. 

 

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Posted by Joe Lang (jlang@pacificu.edu) on Feb 24, 2014 at 5:07 PM

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