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William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing comes to Pacific University’s Tom Miles Theatre this spring. Transported to a mid-century American high school, Messina High, the comedy will be directed by guest artist Austin Tichenor
Students working in the mobile EyeVan at Pacific
The Pacific University College of Optometry will dedicate its new EyeVan at a special ceremony at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 9, in Parking Lot C. RSVP by email.
Earth’s moon, its tidal pull and the coastlines these tides create are at the center of my current research. Coastlines are full of pluralities; they are the space between land and sea, and this line itself is constantly in flux through the movement of each tide. They bear the results of ancient, cyclical geology: the breakdown of rocky ground into sand, and the subsequent compression of sand into sedimentary rock. 
Please join President Hallick, members of the President’s Cabinet and University Finance Committee members for a presentation and discussion of the 2017-2018 operating budget on Thursday, March 2 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. The forum will take place in Jefferson Hall 223 on the Forest Grove Campus, and will be video streamed live to the Hillsboro and Eugene campuses.
Physics Professor Juliet Brosing will retire this spring following 30 years at Pacific University, where she has been an award-winning teacher, researcher, textbook author, and student advocate and mentor. Save the date for a special celebration of her career the evening of May 5.
Girls in grades three through eight, along with their guardians, are invited to a free afternoon of basketball and soccer Sunday, Feb. 5, in the Stoller Center. No registration required; just show up and have fun.
The Cawein Gallery is pleased to announce a joint exhibition of work by artists Morgan Rosskopf and Katherine Spinella.
Free and open to the public, the evening readings begin at 7:30 p.m. and take place from Friday, Jan. 6, through Friday, Jan. 13, at the Best Western Ocean View Resort, located at 414 N. Prom in Seaside.
"My artistic impulse is to let the beauty of the real world shine into the realm of mathematical patterns. My method combines photographs with complex-valued functions in the plane to create images with all possible types of symmetry: Euclidean, hyperbolic, and spherical symmetries (as these act on the plane). For some works, I then transfer plane images back to the sphere.”

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