William Hander ’01 recently became the new head coach and program director of the Northwest Christian University Men’s Soccer program.
Hannah Hulse ’18 volunteered her time and artistic talents to the Union County Courthouse in La Grande, Ore., this past winter.
The trio brings time-honored melodies from traditional Quebec music.
As many as 120 pre-selected children from underserved families throughout Washington County will receive much-needed health services.
Dr. Bernard Brown ’49, OD ’50 has established a scholarship with Pacific’s College of Optometry.
DeVon Pouncey ’17 recently started his new position as vendor coordinator for Street Roots, a local newspaper based in Portland, Ore., that creates income opportunities for people experiencing homelessness and poverty.
Rachel (Witte) Heimowitz MFA ’16 recently had two of her poems published by online literary magazine, Pigeonholes.
Joy Agner ’06 is currently completing her doctorate in cultural and community psychology at the University of Hawai’i Manoa.
While myopia is a common and treatable condition, researchers are concerned about how many more people are nearsighted today than in relatively recent years.
Any parent who learns about the growth of myopia cases, and of their possible effects, has a simple, urgent question: How can I tell if my child has myopia?