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Daintry Bartoldus with Alice, her developmentally disabled, live-in friend, Alice. "She's a hoot," Bartoldus said.
Daintry Bartoldus '88 could never have planned the life she's led since graduating from Pacific, but her work with developmentally disabled people and systems in Hawaii has inspired many.
Aunty Edna
"Aunty" Edna Gehring, advisor for Pacific's Hawai'i Club, is retiring after 35 years of service at Pacific. Her legacy will live on through an endowed scholarship for members of the club. 
Ms. Janalei Chun '89, MAT '97 has agreed to become the new director of Hawai‘i Outreach and Programming.
News coverage of Pacific University's historic series of events in Hawai'i Sept. 15-17, including the Boxers' first-ever football game on the Islands.
Saturday's game is part of a series of historic events in Hawai'i that have prompted the governor and Honolulu mayor to proclaim "Pacific University (Ore.) Week."
Hawai'i governor, Honolulu mayor to proclaim Sept. 12-18 as "Pacific University (Ore.) Week"
Boxer Football's Sept. 17 game versus Occidental (Calif.) in Honolulu caps three days of fun for alumni, students, families and friends in Hawai'i.
Weli Alamillo '18 was excited for the chance to play soccer at the collegiate level. The chance to delve into scientific research, though, was even more exciting.
Pat Pimental spent three years as floral and lei chair of the Nā Haumāna O Hawai‘i Lu‘au. As a parent, she says, she was able to become part of the ‘ohana at Pacific.
The son of two Pacific University alumni from Hawai‘i, Josh Higa '19 grew up feeling like a member of the Boxer ‘Ohana. Now that he's a Pacific student, he says, it's even better than he expected.

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