Pacific University in the News: Feb. 24 - Mar. 1, 2012


Factors conspire to keep Whitworth from home game
(The Spokesman-Review [Spokane, Wash.] © 03/01/2012) - Athletics Director Ken Schumann provides analysis.

SIU to celebrate Women's History Month in March
(Southern Illinoisan  © 02/29/2012) - Media Arts faculty Jennifer Hardacker and Enie Vaisburd's Kids On Hip film project to screen at their alma mater.

Sports Briefs: Pacific Softball splits NWC games, Boxer Tennis gets another NWC win
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 02/29/2012)

Forest Grove essay contest for students
(  © 02/29/2012) - Co-sponsored by the Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation.

Pacific University Health Professions Expo set for Tuesday, March 6
(  © 02/27/2012)

Past and present collide in Michigan author Jack Driscoll's new story collection
(Detroit Free Press  © 02/26/2012) - MFA in Writing instructor Jack Driscoll

Your Washington County: In time of grief, Christians and atheists find respect, understanding
(The Oregonian online  © 02/25/2012) - Whiteley Lecture advance; Center for Gender Equity STEM ceremony.

Forest Grove schools prepare for painful budget process
(Hillsboro Argus © 02/24/2012) - University mentioned for assisting Forest Grove School District.

Washington County Weekend: Hillsboro Goes Hollywood, 'Harvey,' Unique Animal Expo
(The Oregonian online © 02/24/2012) - Portland Vocal Consort advance, featuring Pacific students and faculty.

Truman Capote is highlighted in psycho-biography 'Tiny Terror'
(Digital Journal © 02/24/2012) - CAS Psychology associate professor Todd Schultz.

Friday, March 2, 2012