News, Media and Stories | Events

Persistent cold temperatures resulting in a slow thaw of the roads in Forest Grove and greater Portland area. All are encouraged to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. within their respective neighborhoods.
The university's annual MLK Day celebration begins at 10:15 a.m. with a prayer service in Old College Hall and also includes a march, program and lunch. All are welcome.
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.”
Students, faculty, and staff have various ways to continue the conversation facilitated by Lee Mun Wah.
A limited number of tickets are still available to see the daughter of country music royalty perform a solo show before she joins John Mellencamp for his fall tour.
Public invited to campus on Wednesday, Sept 21 at 10 a.m. to join the university community in celebrating the International Day of Peace.
Professor Flory's photography of the past three US Olympic Track & Field Trials comprises the opening exhibit of the 2016-2017  Kathrin Cawein Gallery of Art season. He will discuss his work during an opening reception at noon on Tuesday, Sept. 6.
College of Health Professions students in the schools of audiology, dental hygiene, healthcare administration and leadership, occupational therapy, physician assistant studies and professional psychology celebrated graduation with family and friends on Saturday, Aug. 13.
ERIK GESCHKE: AMALGAM | Referencing elements of architecture, industrial design and human physiology, Amalgam explores issues surrounding mortality, dystopia and modernism.  Often depicted as fragments of something larger and through a shifting of physical scale; the works in this exhibition seek to create new combinations, connections and interpretations.

Pages