Pacific University in the News: April 21-26, 2015
Free health, dental, vision, hearing care offered Sunday in downtown Portland
(The Oregonian © 04/25/2015) - University mention: students provide health services.
Forest Grove events: FGHS music fundraiser, Joseph Gale sale, Youth Baseball pop can drive
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian/OregonLive © 04/24/2015) - Advance mentions of a Philosophy Club talk and Music Department musical “25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee."
Weston Ranch's Carganilla signs with Pacific
(Manteca [Calif.] Bulletin © 04/24/2015) - Future Football student-athlete Mark Carganilla to study Exercise Science. Carganilla follows several Manteca-area standouts who have enrolled and played for the Boxers since the program’s reinstatement six years ago.
Washington County's overhaul of its citizen participation effort moves ahead
(Forest Grove Leader/Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian/OregonLive © 04/23/2015) - Student Pablo Nieves-Valenzuela appointed to Washington County citizens’ advisory group.
Your Call: What will it take to increase voter turnout and why is it so low?
(KALW 91.7 FM [San Francisco] © 04/22/2015) - Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation director Jim Moore (Politics & Government) provides analysis.
MCCALL BOOK: Former governor gets author's write-up
(Lincoln City News Guard © 04/22/2015) - Alumnus Bill Hall publishes novel featuring former Oregon Gov. Tom McCall.
Tough Times For Ted
(Portland Willamette Week © 04/22/2015) - McCall Center director Jim Moore (Politics & Government) provides analysis.
Pacific wraps perfect season in NWC play
(Forest Grove News-Times © 04/21/2015) - Women’s Lacrosse completes undefeated conference season.
Legislature takes up campaign finance reform
(Pendleton East Oregonian © 04/21/2015) - McCall Center director Jim Moore (Politics & Government) provides analysis.