News, Media and Stories

Cody Mills Playing The Guitar In His Home
Music was a powerful force as Cody Mills '20 transitioned from military life to civilian life. Now a graduate of Pacific's music therapy program, Mills uses the power of music to help others.
Kayaks On The Willamette River During An Adventures Without Limits Trip
Through Adventures Without Limits, which he founded in 1995, Brad Bafaro '80 MAT '86 provides avenues for those with physical and mental disabilities to experience the outdoors. 
The Office of Marketing & Communications works to tell the story of Pacific University and its people. Find some recent highlights of stories, news releases, photo sets and media mentions.
Through her work with Metro, the Portland area's regional government, Punneh Abdolhosseini '14 works to redefine modern definitions of connecting to the land.
Wesley Heredia Sitting On Bench On Pacific University Forest Grove Campus
Through his work with the Deschutes County non-profit, Vamanos Outside, Wesley Heredia '15 works to open the outdoors up to the area's growing Laxinx population.
Gordon Haller Illustration
The world's most famous triathlon is the Ironman World Championship in Hawai'i. The event's first champion, Gordon Haller '72, emerged first of a small field that competed in the inaugural event.
The Pacific University MFA in Writing welcomes Kimberly King Parsons to the January residency.
Pacific University’s fourth annual Athletic Giving Days hit the ground running and sprinted to the finish line, breaking records and raising vital funds for our Boxer athletic programs. 
Catch all the action of Boxer football vs. Willamette at 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, in Hanson Stadium. Employees get one free complimentary ticket for home games when requested in advance by noon on Fridays.
The Vice President for Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Accessibility Search Committee has recommended four finalists to President Coyle. Meet the finalists during on campus visits between Nov. 14 and 17.