Here’s something that’s not well known, even among many in the Pacific University community: The Boxers are a force in the world of college handball. The club team, which consists of many athletes who had never played the sport before college, again won the national combined title in 2019, beating teams from such schools as the University of Texas and the University of Illinois.
Pacific wins its fourth consecutive combined men and women's national team title and captures four individual crowns as well.
Pre-CSD Club and Public Health Club are hosting a March 4 screening of the documentary "Who Am I To Stop It." The documentary is tied to National Brain Injury Awareness month.
NHOH has partnered with WFWA for several years to ensure families from underserved communities, including migrant farm workers, experience the joy of giving and receiving.
Pacific Dance program celebrated the start of the holiday season with an end of fall informal on December 4, 2018. The informal showcased the students in the dance program by presenting student choreographed works from all genres.
Pacific University's Black Student Union was formed in 1967 to give African American students a center of social and political gravity. It later went dormant, but has rebounded again to provide African American students with a sense of community.
Tickets to the event scheduled for April 14, 2018 can be purchased online or over the phone. Presented by the university’s Hawai‘i Club, Nā Haumāna O Hawai‘i, the annual lū‘au features an authentic meal and spectacular show that includes traditional Polynesian dance, music and more.
The Pacific University Speech and Debate Team earned 18 awards at the Oregon State University Earl Wells Memorial Tournament Feb. 17-18. Each attending team member picked up at least one award, culminating in a second-place team-sweepstakes award.
The Pacific University Speech & Debate Team hosted 23 colleges and universities on the Forest Grove Campus for the Fred Scheller Invitational, Jan. 26-28.
Journalist and author Steven W. Thrasher will present “Infectious Blackness: How Racial Fear Drives America from Medicine to Politics” during this free and open to the public lecture on the Forest Grove Campus.