May 5-11, 2014

Pacific University in the News


Marin briefs: Redwood, Drake go 1-2 at state mountain biking championships
(Marin [Calif.] Independent-Journal © 05/11/2014) - Future Football student-athlete Vince Sbragia. 

Washington County Commissioner Bob Terry and the 'good old boys' (guest opinion)
(Hillsboro Argus © 05/10/2014) - Opinion by Professor Emeritus Russ Dondero. 

Oregon primary: Two Milwaukie-area candidates square off on education in evenly matched House race
(The Oregonian © 05/10/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

People of faith back comprehensive immigration reform (guest opinion)
(Forest Grove Leader © 05/09/2014) - Opinion by incoming university chaplain and Center for Peace & Spirituality director Rev. Chuck Currie. 

Eggers: Bradley coaches last inning at Pacific
(Portland Tribune © 05/09/2014) - Retiring Baseball head coach Greg Bradley.

OPB Poll: Oregonians Are Uninformed About How Government Works
(Oregon Public Broadcasting © 05/09/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Banks baseball loses to Scappoose, Forest Grove School District offers free parent class: School Notes
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian © 05/08/2014) - University expands partnership in Woodburn. 

Why do candidates run unopposed?
(Salem Statesman Journal © 05/08/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Aloha native Beth Bolden publishes book
(Beaverton Valley Times © 05/08/2014) - Alumna Beth Bolden. 

GOP Senate hopefuls share goal, not strategy
(Portland Tribune © 05/08/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Football: Pacific-bound Canby lineman Kyle Rademacher played with torn ACL in 2013
(Canby Herald © 05/07/2014) - Future Football student-athlete Kyle Rademacher. 

Allen Amabisca brings passion for listening, problem solving to Washington County chair race
(Hillsboro Argus/Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian © 05/07/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Washington County Chairman Andy Duyck is focusing on growth, the American Dream
(Hillsboro Argus/Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian © 05/07/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Road Worriers
(Portland Willamette Week © 05/07/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Access to medical marijuana shows divide in Oregon
(Salem Statesman Journal © 05/07/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Eye Doctor: Computers Don’t Worsen Vision
(Here & Now [WBUR Boston] © 05/06/2014) - Optometry professor and Vision Performance Institute director Jim Sheedy provides analysis. 

College baseball: Duerr caps solid sophomore year at Pacific University
Albany Democrat-Herald © 05/06/2014) - Baseball student-athlete Ben Duerr. 

Banks High School prom, Gaston plant sale, Pacific University student athletes of the month: School Notes
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian © 05/06/2014) - Softball student-athlete Kylee Oshiro and Men’s Tennis student-athlete Giancarlo Battaglia honored by university’s booster club. 

Issues remain with Washington County Fair and county commission leadership (guest opinion)
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian © 05/06/2014) - Opinion by alumnus and former employee George Horner. 

Hillsboro homeless veterans support group receives $10,000 from Banks American Legion Post
(Hillsboro Argus/Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian © 05/06/2014) - University students assist veterans with life skills training. 

Pacific University to add a Starbucks, move bookstore as part of University Center upgrades
(Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian © 05/06/2014) 

Republicans Eye Pickups In State Legislatures; Northwest Impact Unclear
(Oregon Public Broadcasting © 05/05/2014) - Politics & Government instructor and McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Blame
(The New Yorker © 05/05/2014) - Poem by MFA in Writing faculty member Ellen Bass.

 

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Posted by Joe Lang (jlang@pacificu.edu) on May 27, 2014 at 4:30 PM

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