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Open Library of Humanities Launches

The Pacific University Libraries are supporting a new initiative for publishing open access humanities scholarship--the Open Library of Humanities.

What is Boxer?

Just what is Boxer? Take a crash course in Pacific's mascot lore.

2015-2016 Performing Arts Series Features Five Exciting Evenings of Music

Season tickets and other subscription packages are now on sale in advance of the opening performance on Saturday, Oct. 17.

Sister Simone Campbell and Dr. Rev. Chuck Currie

Rev. Dr. Currie Reflects on Pope Francis' Welcoming Ceremony

The university chaplain and director of the Center for Peace and Spirituality attended Pope Francis' welcoming ceremony at the White House on Sept. 23, and shared his thoughts to local news media.

Wellness Skills Groups for Students

Wellness Skill Groups include the Boxer Breather and The Body Project.

Notes from Under the Oaks | Sept. 2015

I was recently asked to write an opinion piece for The Index titled “why alum

School of Pharmacy Assistant Professor Danielle Backus Publishes Article

The School of Pharmacy is happy to announce that Assistant Professor Danielle Backus has published an article in the September 2015 edition of The Consultant Pharmacist.

Prof. Kawasaki Appointed to Hawaii Governor's Healthcare Workforce Development Committee

Dental Hygiene Studies Professor Pam Kawasaki has been appointed to serve on a stakeholder committee that is providing input on the development of Hawaii’s State Healthcare Innovation Plan.

Pacific University Again Ranked Favorably by National News Media

The university is among the upper echelon of institutions ranked by Washington Monthly, US News & World Report, Princeton Review and Forbes.

Pacific University Chaplain to Attend Pope Francis Arrival Ceremony at the White House

Rev. Dr. Chuck Currie will travel to Washington, D.C. next week after giving a sermon in Portland on Sunday, Sept. 20 about Pope Francis' upcoming visit to the US, and where people of faith from different traditions can find common ground.