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Paige Baugher
Biology Professor Paige Baugher is almost as likely to be found on a mountain as in the classroom. And some people are alive because she and her colleagues at Portland Mountain Rescue were there.
Pete Fromm, as a reader and teacher, looks for worlds and cultures outside his own.  
Beginning August 3, 2020 until further notice, the Student Accounts Office hours will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a lunchtime closure from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.  The physical office will also be closed each Wednesday with staff working remotely.
 When we each become more mindful of our choices, actions and surroundings, we can also create a safer environment for ourselves and those around us.
American Dreamer book cover
Khiem “Tim” Tran '74 will featured in a special Forest Grove City Library live-streamed author event to discuss his new memoir, American Dreamer, published by the Pacific University Press.
Sanjiv Bhattacharya considers the vast array of stories that come together in the MFA and how they transform readers and writers forever.
Boxers painted on Ledbetter Field
Football, soccer, rowing and volleyball will be postponed. Cross country, golf and tennis will be permitted to play this fall. “We are committed to supporting our student-athletes and their experience through these challenging times,” said Pacific University Athletic Director Keith Buckley. “Our coaches and staff continue to work diligently in developing a plan to provide our student-athletes a safe and valuable experience both this fall, as well as into the winter/spring competition schedules.”
Claire Davis describes how a one-on-one mentorship leads to an attachment to the work.
Lalit Khandare
Lalit Khandare, assistant professor of social work at Pacific's Eugene Campus, spoke via Zoom to the Coalition of Seattle Indian-Americans about the history and nature of caste, and when and how colorism began in India.
Paul Snell
Paul Snell and Jules Boykoff, colleagues in Pacific's Politics and Government Department, have emerged as important voices as protests for racial and social justice rivet the country.

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