Local historian Ken Bilderback and Pacific University Archives shed light on Boxer's history as Pacific University's mascot.
Best known for an innovative construction toy set for children, Gilbert became the first Olympic gold medalist in Oregon history when he won the pole vault at the 1908 games in London.
In 2010, Pacific magazine featured stories from World War II, including the memories of a service flag that had been lost. This spring, the flag was re-discovered.
Pacific University Archives Offers Look Back at 1980s Rajneesh Crisis Through Governor Atiyeh’s Personal Collection
The online exhibit features a number of artifacts from Atiyeh's personal collection while he served as the state's chief executive.
Reflections on College Life: Pacific University Theatre's Winter Production Examines Two Boxer Women Living Fifty Years Apart
Dance Slow Decades, a play by Kailea Saplan '15, captures the intersecting lives of two Pacific University women Feb. 11-14 in the Tom Miles Theatre.
Before Boxer was Badger. In the 1960s, when students voted to change the mascot, they said goodbye to their longtime representative.
A historic story gives its name to Pacific's new Bee Tree Books publishing service. So it is only fitting that the first publication is a book of historic essays from the university's earliest days.
Just what is Boxer? Take a crash course in Pacific's mascot lore.
The Nov. 15, 1905, issue of The Pacific Index reported that both men and women were gearing up for a season of the relatively new-fangled game of basketball. Women had participated in athletics at Pacific before. They were members of the archery team, and they played on the tennis squad with the men. Basketball, however, was something a little different.
Generous donations in hard times led to the matching gift that made Marsh Hall possible.