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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.

"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.

Pacific update on the Heartbleed security flaw

University Information Services is actively responding to recently discovered Heartbleed security flaw.

Double Standard in College Dating

More Than Sex: The Double Standard in College Dating. A panel discussion about unrealistic sexual expectations of men in the college dating scene. Is there a double standard? Tues. April 15. Noon-1pm | UC Fireside Lounge. Sarg8185@pacific.edu

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.

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.

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 pacificu.edu/cge

BoXXXer Talk Radio

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

Incight Job Fair helps job seekers with disabilities

Hosted by Oregon Vocational Rehabilitation Services, the Incight Job Fair is intended to help job seekers with disabilities network and make professional connections.

Reza Karimi to Lead School of Pharmacy

Professor Karimi selected as School of Pharmacy dean following a national search. He had served as interim dean since last July.

Take Back the Night March

A Protest against Sexual Violence. 4/16/14. 7:30 pm. Trombley Square to Lincoln Park. 2 speakers from RAINN will talk about personal experiences with sexual assault, followed by a time for students to share their stories. Info: eramos@pacific.edu.

Introducing #FlatBoxer

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

Community Notification

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

Pacific University Begins Construction of New Residence Hall

University plans for undergraduate student growth

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.

University Opens Location in Hawai'i to Serve Its Growing Ohana

Pacific has been Hawai'i residents' mainland university for more than 70 years

Safety from Campus Violence

In light of the recent shooting events in our region, it is important that we all take the time to review the university's response to the possibility of violence on campus.

Protect Your Valuables!

Campus Public Safety reminds you to be responsible and secure your personal belongings at all times.

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