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Tyler Oshiro '13 Giving a presentation
The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust has helped Pacific University launch a significant undergraduate research program, one that is giving students like Tyler Oshiro ’13 unprecedented opportunities.
The alumnus from Honolulu is named by Pacific Business News as one of the state's brightest young business leaders.
Gary Pacarro '74 continues his longtime relationship with Pacific by supporting prospective and current students, families and alumni in Hawai'i.
Pacific University, a home away from home for thousands of Hawai'i-based students and alumni for
  Pacific University senior Tyler Oshiro has been honored by the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust for presenting the best paper at the 21st annual Regional Undergraduate Research Conference.
Scholarship fund remembers the giving nature of a Pacific University alumnus.
Lu'au Dancers performing together on stage.
The first lū‘au at Pacific wasn’t very good, according to Hawai‘i Club co-founder Fred Scheller ’43, MA ’54. Fifty years later, not only is it good, it’s one of the biggest and best outside of the Islands.
Aunty Edna pictured seated at her desk working.
It takes a lot of kŌkuna (cooperation) from parents, students, alumni and friends to stage a Pacific lū‘au—and one special woman to pull it all together.

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