Pacific University in the News: Nov. 7-13, 2016

Veterans Day 2016: Washington County man served people he'd likely never see again 
(Forest Grove News-Times - Nov. 11, 2016) - Alumnus George Horner recalls his deployment during World War II.

Screen time got you dry?
(Bend Bulletin - Nov. 13, 2016) - Optometry professor Karl Citek provides analysis.

5 takeaways after Tuesday’s election
(Vancouver (Wash.) Columbian - Nov. 13, 2016) - Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation director Jim Moore (Politics & Government) provides analysis.

After election, Oregon Legislature poised to focus on transportation and tax proposals in 2017
(The Oregonian/OregonLive - Nov. 12, 2016) - Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation director Jim Moore (Politics & Government) provides analysis.

Why Copying Yoga Poses from Magazines Could Be a Bad Move
(Live Science - Nov. 9, 2016) - Professional Psychology students Nadezhda Vladagina, Elika Razmjou and Heather Freeman discuss the findings of their study.

'THESE PEOPLE ARE MISSED'
(Forest Grove News-Times - Nov. 9, 2016) - Panels of the AIDS memorial quilt on display at Forest Grove and Hillsboro campuses. Exhibits coordinated by Center for Gender Equity.

Dear God ...
(Forest Grove News-Times - Nov. 9, 2016) - University Chaplain and Center for Peace and Spirituality director Rev. Dr. Chuck Currie discusses non-partisan prayer calls during election season.

Tiny A.T. Smith houses gather money for big one
(Forest Grove News-Times - Nov. 9, 2016) - Tualatin Academy co-founder Alvin T. Smith.

Kate Brown wins governor's race
(Salem Statesman Journal - Nov. 9 2016) - Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation director Jim Moore (Politics & Government) provides analysis.

L.A.'s chances of winning the 2024 Olympic bid could rest with Tuesday's election
(Los Angeles Times - Nov. 7, 2016) - Politics & Government professor and department chair Jules Boykoff provides analysis.

New director takes over at county's mental health department
(Central Oregonian [Prineville] - Nov. 7, 2016) - Professional Psychology alumna Melissa Scaramuzzo leads Crook County Mental Health Department.

Monday, Nov. 14, 2016