We are incredibly appreciative of the many sponsors and donors who have supported the performing arts at Pacific University over the years, as well as our patrons. We look forward to spending this year’s hiatus re-evaluating the series, so that we can return with new, exciting performances for the Forest Grove and greater Washington County community.
August is National Crayon Collection Month, and Pacific is proud to celebrate its connection to the roots of Crayola.
Chris Abani on the unique opportunity offered by Pacific's low-residency MFA.
Kwame Dawes on the relationship between your writing and your life.
As a woman of color, the idea of not feeling enough is a constant, sometimes minute to minute battle. In this video, I am going to discuss how the origins of such self-subjugating thoughts are related to White supremacy culture.
In today’s episode, White Supremacy Work Culture, I am going to talk about how seemingly neutral, natural, and dominant cultural practices support the idea that Whiteness is the supreme standard by which all peoples of culture are measured.
Pacific University celebrates more than 300 August graduates in health-related fields.
Fall term plans will focus on flexibility for students, safety
Marvin Bell says reading makes you a bigger and better writer.
Pacific University will celebrate its first class of graduates from its new bachelor of applied vision science program at its summer commencement on Aug. 8.