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Dance and symphony members
A play about gender shifting spanning centuries, fluid movement from choreographers, and the sounds of jazz, a choir, and “Amazing Grace.” These are just some of the highlights of Pacific University’s 2019 Fall Theatre, Dance and Concert Season.
A cartoon graphic of hands signing ASL
For the first time, Pacific University Theatre will feature certified American Sign Language interpreters to sign during the Sunday matinee performance of Orlando. This is an important step for accessibility to events on campus, and one that theatre faculty and staff have long wanted to make a reality.
The poster for Pacific University's production of Orlando. The two letter O's are the symbols for male and female.
Pacific University’s Department of Theatre & Dance presents Virginia Woolf’s satirical romp through the centuries, Orlando, adapted for stage by Sarah Ruhl to run October 17-20 in the Tom Miles Theatre on the Forest Grove Campus.
Vishten
Tickets are now on sale for An Evening with Jimmy Webb, Al Stewart, Waipuna, Vishtén, and Dala.
Graduates at August Commencement 2018
Find guest information for the annual graduation of students in the College of Health Professions.
Motorcycle forest
Pacific is hosting its first international motorcycle studies conference beginning Thursday evening July 25, and ending with a getaway ride on Sunday morning, July 28.
De Temps Antan
The trio brings time-honored melodies from traditional Quebec music.
Pacific University has a lot to offer, and you're invited to experience it all at Homecoming 2018. No matter if you're an alumnus, student, employee, parent or friend, we promise, this year's Homecoming has something special just for you! 
The public is invited to Old College Hall at Pacific University's Forest Grove Campus from 1 to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 6 to enjoy holiday refreshments and decorated tours of the university museum.
The Cawein Gallery is excited to host Ashland artist Betty LaDuke, whose intricately carved and painted wood panels document the stories of Latino Farmworkers in the Pacific Northwest.

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