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Jules Boykoff
Throughout the controversy over the Tokyo Games, Boykoff has been everywhere. Just this year, he has been cited or interviewed by the BBC, Reuters, the Sydney Morning Herald, the New York Times, NBC, Bloomberg, Time Magazine, the Voice of America, the Washington Post, CNBC, the Irish Times — in short, by every outlet looking for informed criticism of the Olympics.
Mapmakers Alumni Institute: Beyond Ekphrastic. Register now for this summer session. This virtual event is free and open to the public
In 1876, Pacific University celebrated one of its early commencement ceremonies with a special distinction: Pacific became one of the first universities in the United States to welcome Japanese citizens to its alumni ranks.
The HeartMic
Pacific University has received its first patent, marking the beginning of a new, entrepreneurial chapter for the university. It's for a device called HeartMic.
Trombley Square
The results of the Undergraduate Student Senate election for the 2021-2022 academic year have been released. 
We remember ... Black Lives Matter
Pacific University reaffirms its commitment to anti-racism work.
The School of Pharmacy plans curriculum adjustments to better serve students in an evolving healthcare field.
Entrance to Pacific University
The Staff Senate has reopened the Pacific University Staff Emergency Fund to assist staff experiencing hardship and unexpected expenses due to the pandemic or other unforeseen circumstances. 
Ali (Smith) McMenamin PA '02 will join MerrittHealth & Wellness in June 2021.
Keya Mitra
Keya Mitra won the Tobias Wolff Award for Fiction for her story "Immigrant Delay Disease," for the Bellingham Review's 2021 Literary Contest.