News, Media and Stories

Pacific undergraduate students who are juniors in standing will showcase their work, much of which results from collaborative endeavors they embark on with Pacific professors.
Medals donated by Ambassador S.L. Abbott '52, OD '53
Open house planned for 4 to 7 p.m. Nov. 12, in conjunction with Veterans Day.
Jim Moore
Professor Moore will appear on Portland CBS affiliate KOIN 6 tonight, as well as FM News 101 KXL and OPB's Think Out Loud on Wednesday.
Night sky
Students, faculty and staff to looking for post-election stress relief are invited to view the stars and night sky through a telescope outside of Price Hall this evening between 7 and 9 p.m.
Alex bell
Alex Bell ’13 recently led a team that was tasked with redesigning the Pacific U
Kari Wergeland MFA ’12 is an author and breast cancer survivor who has self-published two books of poetry, Voice Break and The Ballad of the New Carissa and Other Poems. Her third book, Breast Cancer: A Poem in Five Acts, was published this year by Finishing Line Press. 
Dewey Tucker MHA ’12 was promoted to senior implementation manager at the Department of Veterans Affairs Austin (Tex.) data center.
Leslie Schwartz MFA ’12 is the author of two novels, Jumping the Green and Angels Crest. She published a best-selling memoir, The Lost Chapters, about incarceration and redemption.
Deborah Reed MFA ’12 held a book reading and signing event for her sixth published novel, The Days When Birds Come Back, at the Northwest Authors Presentation in Cannon Beach, Ore.
Get out vote
Washington Monthly has named Pacific a "Best College for Student Voting" list, which measures how well institutions encourage their students to vote.