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Pacific University Politics and Government Department Chair and Professor Jules Boykoff is a go-to voice of skepticism about the Games, and a particular critic of the choice to award them to Beijing. He offers an overview about these Olympics.
Lorraine Basch ‘17 has covered a lot of territory since she graduated from Pacific University. And she’s just getting started.
Throughout the controversy over the Tokyo Games, Boykoff has been everywhere. Just this year, he has been cited or interviewed by the BBC, Reuters, the Sydney Morning Herald, the New York Times, NBC, Bloomberg, Time Magazine, the Voice of America, the Washington Post, CNBC, the Irish Times — in short, by every outlet looking for informed criticism of the Olympics.
Seema Khatcherian ’21 and Karsen Buck ’21 receive the Bevin McCarthy Spirit of Civic Engagement award for their work as the co-founders of a social justice mural in Forest Grove, Ore.
Mallory Hoffbeck ’21 was honored by the Confederation in Oregon for Language Teaching in Chinese.
Jessica Monje-Perez '21: Outstanding Contribution to Student Life; Outstanding Senior in Political Science; Outstanding Senior in Social Science; and the Confederation in Oregon for Language Teaching for Spanish
Jessica Monje-Perez '21 was honored with four awards from Pacific University.
Olivia Rockwood ’21 has been named Pacific University’s Outstanding Senior in Speech and Debate.
For Political Science Professor Paul Snell, Police Governance Proposal is a Personal Response to George Floyd's Death
Days of rage in Minneapolis, and then across the nation, following the killing of George Floyd, pushed Politics and Government Professor Paul Snell to contribute to the debate over policing.