April 28 - May 4, 2014

Pacific University in the News


College Notebook: Rebecca Gerrity a key for Indiana's water polo team in NCAA tournament
(Marin [Calif.] Independent-Journal © 05/04/2014) - Men’s Tennis student-athlete Josh Bernstein. 

College track: Wilsonville alum Ben Thomas clocks career-best steeplechase time at Pacific Twilight
(Wilsonville Spokesman © 05/04/2014) - Track & Field student-athlete Ben Thomas. 

Football careers carry on for two Vikings
(Tahoe Daily Tribune [South Lake Tahoe, Calif.] © 05/02/2014) - Future Football student-athletes Kyle Miller and Steven Steed. 

Arryl Kaneshiro files for County Council run
(The Garden Island [Lihue, Hawai’i] © 05/02/2014) - Alumnus Arryl Kaneshiro. 

The 'Portlandia' race: Six Democratic primary candidates vie for open Oregon House seat in District 42
(The Oregonian © 05/02/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation director Jim Moore provides analysis.

Monica Wehby and Jason Conger stay light on specifics in Oregon Republican Senate race
(The Oregonian © 05/02/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Clackamas Community College alumna awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarship
(The Oregonian © 05/02/2014) - Alumna Callie Vandewiele. 

Pacific University's Rachel Roberts named Northwest Conference softball player of year
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian © 05/02/2014) 

Deadline approaches for marijuana dispensary bans
(Salem Statesman Journal © 05/01/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis.

Forest Grove softball rallies to beat Tualatin, Pacific University senior projects, plant sale fundraiser: School Notes
(Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian © 05/01/2014) - Senior Projects Day mention. 

Why don't Portland City Council incumbents lose re-election campaigns?
(The Oregonian © 05/01/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Grizzly gridiron legend dies at age 89
(Sunnyside [Wash.] Daily Sun News © 05/01/2014) - Alumnus George Potter. 

Tragedy gets officials' attention
(Forest Grove News-Times © 04/30/2014) - President Lesley Hallick participates in local town hall meeting to discuss Highway 47 intersection where two students were killed. 

Play shows fat still a feminist issue
(Forest Grove News-Times © 04/30/2014) - Advance preview of Theatre Department and Center for Gender Equity’s production, “Phat Girls." 

Roosters, reserves crop up at political forum
(Forest Grove News-Times © 04/30/2014) - Washington County Commissioners candidate forum presented by the university’s Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation. 

Rachel Roberts No. 1 in the nation
(Clackamas Review © 04/30/2014) - Softball student-athlete Rachel Roberts. 

4 races to watch: Republican vs. Republican for the Oregon House
(The Oregonian © 04/30/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

'Walking to Forest Grove' signing, Adelante Mujeres CSA signup and Phat Girls' production: Forest Grove happenings
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian © 04/30/2014) - Advance mention of Theatre Department and Center for Gender Equity’s production, “Phat Girls." 

Forest Grove High School alum makes another MLB appearance, Pacific University professor awarded Fulbright: School Notes
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian © 04/30/2014) - English professor Lorelle Browning receives second Fulbright Scholarship. 

Monica Wehby turns down only live televised debate of Oregon GOP race for Senate
(The Oregonian © 04/30/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Ten Peninsula High School seniors ink their college commitments
(Peninsula Gateway [Gig Harbor, Wash.] © 04/30/2014) - Future Baseball student-athlete Robert Kassardjian. 

Baseball: Canby's Jon Inman eyes future at Pacific
(Canby Herald © 04/29/2014) - Future Baseball student-athlete Jon Inman intends to pursue a career in Optometry.

Track & field star Tyler Shipley breaks longstanding record
(KGW NewsChannel 8 © 04/28/2014)

Washington County commissioner candidates appear at Pacific University debate (live updates)
(OregonLive.com © 04/28/2014) 

 

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Posted by Joe Lang (jlang@pacificu.edu) on May 27, 2014 at 2:24 PM

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