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Gucci Frame Show

Pacific Eye Trends Portland is presenting GUCCI eyewear. The styles are new and cutting edge in design. The sale starts Thursday, May 8th from 4:00pm-7:00pm at our downtown Portland location. Come and receive 25% off on your frame the day of the sale.

Earth Day Beer Garden

Enjoy the Earth Day Concert with good music, good people, and good BEER! Support the Doernbecher Children's Hospital by buying a beverage at the Earth Day Beer Garden! All the proceeds will go towards toy donations! Be the reason for a child's smile!

Relay for Life

Join Colleges Against Cancer as we fight against cancer April 25th, 4-11pm in the Quad. FREE food, Open Mic, Improv Show, volleyball tournament, and more! You won't want to miss out. E-mail for more information.

English Course: The Romantic Period

Course announcement: The Romantic Period British Literature, offered Fall 2014, MW 2:15-3:50

New Course: Oscar Wilde's World

New Course for Fall 2014. Oscar Wilde's World. 2 credits, offered the first half of the semester, meeting MW 4-5:30

Canned Food Drive

Colleges Against Cancer will be collecting canned food to be donated to the Oregon Food Bank. Drop by our table in the UC from 11-1pm or email Kathryn at

Paws for our Cause

Paws for our Cause The Indigo Rescue Shelter in Beaverton will be bringing dogs for students and faculty members to play, pet, and feed them in order to relieve stress before finals come around. The dogs will be coming to campus on April 20th from 12-4pm

Library Hours During Optometry Finals

The Forest Grove Campus Library expands open hours during spring term Optometry finals. The library will resume its regular schedule on Saturday, May 3.

Professor Lorelle Browning Receives Second Fulbright Scholarship

Browning, the chair of Pacific University's English Department, will be a visiting U.S. Scholar in Vietman for the 2014-15 academic year.

Intern Position with Suzanne Bonamichi

The deadline for college students to apply for an internship in Congresswoman Bonamici's District Office is April 18th.

Internship Positions Available: Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

Two intern positions available for the summer to help with the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.

Public Invited to Celebrate Earth Week at Pacific University

A full slate of events around Earth Day will take place April 18-25 at the Forest Grove Campus.

Pacific Night at Portland Thunder Arena Football Game

A special discount has been secured for all Pacific Staff and Students.

WANTED: Undergrad Admissions Tour Guides

Want to have fun, be in a leadership position, and gain valuable public speaking/customer service skills? Become a Tour Guide for the Undergrad Admissions Department!

Town Hall Meeting to Discuss Highway 47 Intersection

President Hallick encourages all students, faculty and staff to attend a town hall meeting at the Forest Grove Community Auditorium to discuss safety improvements at the intersection of Highway 47 and Verboort Road north of Forest Grove.

New Boxer Alerts Enrollment Policy

On May 1, students, faculty and staff who have not registered for Boxer Alerts will be enrolled. Those who are enrolled are encouraged to check to make sure their phone numbers and email addresses are up to date.

Submit Senior Photos to CDC by May 9

Attention Class of 2014: Please send us your favorite photos of seniors! At athletic events, on travel adventures, enjoying res life escapades and everything in between. Faculty and staff are also encouraged to submit photos. See details below.

CGE Wine-Tasting Fundraiser

Fresh from the Vine: $5 Wine. Fundraiser for Center for Gender Equity. Wine-Tasting at Urban Decanter. 2030 Main, Forest Grove $5.00. Fri. April 25th. 6:00 to 9:00. Must be 21 or older

"phat girls" a "must see" play

PHAT GIRLS by Debbie Lamedman. May 1, 2, 3. 7:30-9:00. Tom Miles Theatre. Free to Pacific students with ID, $7 general admission. The play is a provocative, fast-paced and cutting-edge look at body-image issues with humor, poignancy and honesty.

Cleft Lip & Palate Program for Children and Families this Summer on Forest Grove Campus

The School of CSD will be conducting workshops for children and families affected by cleft lip and palate as part of the graduate student practicum training in the CSD master's degree program. Email for more information.

Friendship Families Needed!

Six families in the Cornelius or Forest Grove area are needed! Can you host two Japanese students from Pacific for dinner? They will come as pair and would love the chance to experience an American Family experience! It is just dinner!

Pacific MFA in Writing Summer Internship

At the MFA residency, students and faculty gather for 10 days of craft talks, readings, classes and workshops offered by award-winning authors. Four lucky undergraduates get to intern and sit in.

Summer 2014 Heeia Ahupuaa Internship

Paid summer internship in O'ahu for students who enjoy the outdoors and learning about environmental sustainability.

American Diabetes Association Internship Opportunity

The American Diabetes Association is looking for an intern to help plan and market their largest event, the Diabetes EXPO, on November 22, 2014.

Student Advisory Board Job Opportunity

Oregon Campus Compact is looking for students to join the 2014-2015 Student Advisory Board. The SAB convenes a team of students who work together to advise ORCC and engage their campuses and communities to make a powerful statewide impact.

2014 Yr-End Closing Deadlines & Procedures, and Calendar

2014 Yr-End Closing Deadlines & Procedures, and Calendar

Parking Lot E Closed April 21 - May 6

Parking Lot E closed April 21 through May 6

Volunteer at Senior Salute on May 14

Volunteer to help welcome undergraduate seniors as they are officially welcomed into the Pacific University Alumni Association

New Website Sneak Peek

Check out our new website in progress

Student Academy of Audiology Fundraiser!

Student Academy of Audiology presents Cosmic Bowling at Park Lanes Bowling Alley. Saturday, April 26, 2014 at 3:30-5:30pm

Nominate a member of the Class of 2014 for the Outstanding Graduate Award

Each year, the Alumni Association recognizes graduating students from each of the university's colleges and schools.

Housing Lottery: Step 4

Be sure to pick your room during your selection time.

Senior Projects Day is April 23

Mark your calendars now to attend Senior Projects Day. Presentations begin at 8 a.m., run every half hour and conclude at 5 p.m.

Pacific University to Refresh University Center at Forest Grove Campus

Washburne Hall, also known as the University Center, will undergo a transformation to expand services in time for the 2014 fall semester.

CommonKnowledge Senior Project Award: Call for Submissions

The Pacific University Libraries present an annual Senior Project Award to recognize outstanding scholarship in senior theses. Graduating seniors are encouraged to consider submitting their work for consideration!

Middle School Boys' Conference

It's a Guy Thing is a daylong conference to bring boys 12-15 together to discuss diverse issues related to growing up male in our society and to encourage the boys to think about college. Fri. May 2. 8:30-3:30. Milky Way. Register at

BoXXXer Talk Radio

BoXXXer Talk Radio. Safe, serious, and supportive sex talk. Sundays in April at 7 p.m. Brought to you by the Center for Gender Equity

Pacific University in the News: Mar. 24-31, 2014

Selected news stories featuring or mentioning Pacific University that published Mar. 24-31

Summer Product Management Internship Opportunity

Summer Product Management Internship available with Hillsboro company.

On-Campus Summer Housing

If you are interested in on-campus Summer Housing, please refer to this link for details:

Oregon NASA Space Grant Scholarships Open

Scholarship funds available; deadline May 23

Cirque du Soleil Discount

A ticket discount for all Pacific University students and employees to see the Cirque du Soleil presentation of TOTEM that runs through May 4 is available.

Featured Guest Artist, Josie Mosely works with Pacific Dance Ensemble

Prestigous Portland choreographer, Josie Mosely restages "When I close my eyes" on Pacific Dance Ensemble. A work that is based off a nun's diary about hiding children in the attic during the Holocaust. It will be presented in DANCE WORKS XI.

Pacific University Invites Youth to "Touch the Future" on Tuesday, April 22

Local teenagers will have an opportunity to learn about careers in healthcare.

Brand Tip | How to Refer to University Campuses and Locations

Pacific University includes various campuses, clinics and sites.

Softball Coach Tim Hill To Retire At The End Of The Season

The longtime Pacific head coach and local softball coaching legend will retire from Pacific and from coaching the sport at the end of the 2014 campaign.

Introducing #FlatBoxer

Introduce your family, your classroom and your friends to Boxer and bring him on an adventure!

Volunteer Opportunities for Outdoor Science School

NW Regional Educational Service District Outdoor Science School Program is seeking volunteers for 6th grade science camps in local areas. Great for students interested in education, science, or any student wishing to gain volunteer experience!

Community Notification

Former student has been trespassed from the university. Please contact CPS if you see him on campus.

Baccalaureate 2014

Performers and backstage help needed for Baccalaureate 2014.

Brand Tip | How to Use Pacific University in Your Message

Never use "PU" in your verbal or written communications.

Volunteer to be an Old College Hall Guide

Do you have a passion for Pacific University, Forest Grove and Oregon history?

Pre-Emergent Herbicide Spraying and Barkdusting on the Forest Grove Campus

Pacific Landscaping will be on the Forest Grove Campus spraying during Spring Break and bark dusting April 28 - May 5.

Housing Lottery Questions?

Do you have Housing Lottery questions? Find out where to get the answers.

2014-2015 Scholarship Opportunity

Please read below for information on a special scholarship opportunity.

Pharmacy Faculty Member Receives First-ever Collins Medical Trust Research Grant

Associate Professor of Pharmacy, Fawzy Elbarbry, received a Collins Medical Trust research grant to support his complimentary and alternative medicine research on hypertension.

Music Professor Accepted to Prestigious Research Program

Assistant Professor of Music Education and Director & Master Teacher of the String Project, Dijana Ihas, accepted to 3-year research seminar, supporting faculty interested in pursuing research that advances excellence in mentoring undergraduate research.

Emeritus Physics Faculty Member Establishes Endowment

Emeritus Physics Professor W. Thomas Griffith establishes fund to support summer physics research.

University Takes Next Step in Partnership With Hawai'i Community Colleges

International students at Kapi'olani Community College now have a smooth transition to Pacific to complete their undergraduate studies.

Roofing, Drywall Coming Soon to New Residence Hall

Construction is on schedule for the new hall, which will open in Fall 2014.

Dr. Wendy Hanks, Associate Professor in the School of Audiology, Receives Commendation from ASHA

Dr. Wendy Hanks, associate professor in the School of Audiology, receives commendation from ASHA for exemplary poster submission.

CANS Update

What happens to CANS content in development of new university website?

2013 1098T Tax Forms

2013 1098T tax forms for eligible students will be available on students' BoxerOnline account, as well as mailed out, prior to and no later than EOD Friday, Jan. 31, 2014. For more information, please read further.

Pacific University Selects New College of Education Dean

Following a national search, Dr. Leif Gustavson has been selected to lead the college and will begin his appointment on July 1.

New Website Build Out Underway

Update Our Web Content in January

New Pacific University Website Update

We're Building Our New Website

Library Forms New Partnership With Oregon Library Association

The agreement will expand and enhance access to the OLA Quarterly, OLAs official journal, by way of Pacific University Libraries' publishing platform and technical support.

University to Offer Master of Social Work and Bachelor of Music Therapy Degrees Beginning Next Fall

Pacific University's Board of Trustees has approved the addition of a bachelor's degree in music therapy and the curriculum of the previously approved master of social work program.

Associate Professor Nancy Ann Neudauer Named Fulbright Specialist Award Recipient

Professor Neudauer will travel to South Africa to teach graduate students at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences.

New Website Creative Complete

Pacific University New Website Planning Continues

Giant Crane Installed at Residence Hall Construction Site

The 125-foot-tall crane will be able to lift and move construction materials to help build the four-story residence hall.

College of Optometry Cares for Babies Through InfantSEE

Infants should have their first comprehensive eye exam between six and 12 months of age. Pacific University offers them free of charge.

Crews Pour Concrete at New Residence Hall Site

Construction of Pacific University's newest residence hall is proceeding on schedule.

Rev. Chuck Currie to Lead Center for Peace & Spirituality

Currie will take on role of center director and university chaplain in Fall 2014.

Chamber Singers to Perform "War Requiem" with Oregon Symphony

The university's flagship vocal ensemble will join one of America's largest orchestras in performing a powerful classical work at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall Nov. 2-3.

Professor Kevin Johnson Receives Petroleum Research Fund Grant

The American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund grant provides research opportunities for undergraduates in chemistry and computer modeling.

Fall Choral Concert Set for Friday, Oct. 25

A number of Pacific University musical groups, including the Chamber Singers and Concert Choir, will give their fall performance. General admission $7, senior citizens $5, Pacific employees and students of any school free with valid ID.

John Hayes Appointed to Oregon Task Force on School Funding

The former dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and current director of the Center for a Sustainable Society is one of nine citizens and joins two state senators and two representatives.

Obamacare: User friendly handbok!

The United States Public Interest Research Group (U.S. PIRG) has produced a user friendly handbook regarding the law of the land in healthcare; The Affordable Care Act. Learn about our country's health care system and how it will effect you.

New Website Design First Look

Pacific University New Website Development

Pacific Preserves Personal Collection of Former Gov. Vic Atiyeh

An exhibition showcasing highlights from the collection opens Oct. 4

Pacific University Begins Construction of New Residence Hall

University plans for undergraduate student growth

Legends 2013 Raises Historic Amount for Pacific University

Pacific University Legends Hosted by Tommy Thayer Grosses Nearly $500,000

Pacific University Announces 20th Annual Performing Arts Series

The five-show lineup features a mix of performances, including specialty guitar, a cappella, Scottish and Cajun music. Individual and season ticket packages are now available.

Pacific University Recognized for Quality and Value

US News & World Report and Forbes' annual college rankings

Berglund Roundtable discussion

The Berglund Center for Internet Studies presents Engage, Act, Reflect, Share: Learning is all EARS with speaker Dr. Jane Maitland-Gholson as part of the 2013 Oregon Technology in Education Network Conference, sponsored by Pacific University.

Spencer Zeiger to Direct New Master of Social Work Program

Pacific University's new master of social work degree program will welcome its first students at the Eugene Campus in the fall of 2014.

Coming in 2014-2015: Women's Rowing!

If you're energetic, competitive and ready to learn something new, Pacific University Women's Rowing wants you!

Washington Monthly Ranks Pacific University High Among its Peers

The government affairs publication recognizes Pacific's commitment to students, research and community service.

Women's Rowing Becomes Pacific's 24th Varsity Sport In 2014-15

Pacific will put crews on the water to compete in 2015 with Amanda Dudley coming west to become the program's first head coach.

Pacific University Health Professions Students Graduate

Future clinical psychologists, counselors, physician assistants, healthcare administrators and dental hygienists celebrate with family and friends.

KISS' Tommy Thayer and Friends Return for Legends 2013

Rock Musicians and Sports Celebs to Gather at Waverley CC on Aug. 25

College of Business Embraces Spirit of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Pacific University's fifth college opened on July 1.

Year Three of Computer Science Camp for Girls Concludes

The third cohort of the highly successful Girls Gather for Computer Science camp concluded on July 12.

Optometry Dean Jennifer Smythe Elected President of National Organization

She is the first woman president in the history of the Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry.

University's String Music Program Receives National Support Following Successful Start

Under the direction of assistant professor Dijana Ihas, the program provides string music instruction to local elementary school students.

Blaise Holden '13 Earns Fulbright Scholarship

The senior from Colorado will travel to Belgium to work with others on treatment for young people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

Community Collaboration Awards Recognize Students, Faculty, Partners

Pacific's Center for Civic Engagement and Office of Diversity honor those who help others

A Perfect Story

"And that's it," said Melanie humbly as she stood up, eager to meet her business partner at the wholesale flower market.

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