The Anxious Seat: Pacific Identity Project explores the university's past and the experiences of students today.
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The latest chapter in a decades-old mystery of what happened to the original Pacific University "Boxer" has been written.
Docent shares personal connection with Pacific history.
May Day at Pacific University began in an outdoor flurry of flowers, song and dance in 1914, then shifted indoors in the 1950s and became more like a formal dance.
Some 520 Pacific University students and alumni served in World War II. About 31, roughly equivalent to an entire senior class at the time, never came home.
It was spring, 1942 and there was war all over the world. The Great Depression had ended, but now the Allied nations were fighting for their lives as the second European war of the century metastasized with horrific swiftness into global conflict.