When Sukhmeet Chhabra came to Pacific University, she was seeking a new career in a new field. Pacific’s new Master of Science in Finance Program, she said, offered a quick and convenient route to achieving her goals at a longstanding university with a solid reputation.
Growing up, Avery Richardson ’17 wasn’t sure his father’s alma mater was even real.
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.
“I’ve come to realize there’s nothing to worry about, because you’ve all done your jobs correctly. Because if I am at all successful today and hereafter, it is a direct result of your support.”
The Humphreys put the ‘family’ in Family Eye Care
Fourteen members of the extended Smith family have attended Pacific University over three generations. The Boxer Spirit is in their blood.
The Ebola Domino Project uses art to bring awareness and support to the ebola crisis in Africa.
Eddie Carrillo ‘15 fulfills dreams, for his family and himself.
Professor emeritus and retiring handball coach Mike Steele launches an endowment to support the many aspects of Pacific that he loves.
Nationwide Americans carry more than $11 trillion in consumer debt. At that rate, going debt free like Emily ’08 and Colin Kambak ’06 may not be in the immediate future for everyone. But these three finance experts — all Pacific alumni — have some tips to help everyone be a little wiser with their money.