The world's most famous triathlon is the Ironman World Championship in Hawai'i. The event's first champion, Gordon Haller '72, emerged first of a small field that competed in the inaugural event.
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Pacific University’s fourth annual Athletic Giving Days hit the ground running and sprinted to the finish line, breaking records and raising vital funds for our Boxer athletic programs.
Rob DeCou likes pushing his body to the limits and uses his participation in endurance sports to raise money for a number of humanitarian causes.
For Pacific students in the 1990s and 2000s, the Milky Way was to place to be in Forest Grove for concerts, movies, outdoor adventures and a good cup of coffee.
A love of running has taken AK Freeland MFA '20 around the world, providing incredible experiences and subject matter for her creative outlets.
Kelsey Graczyk '19 long dreamed of working for the National Park Service. Now she helps tell the story of the parks as a visual communications specialist.
In his role as a biological wildlife technician at Hawai'i's Haleakalā National Park, Josh Higa '19 is helping to preserve populations of two of the islands' iconic and endangered birds.
Members and coaches of the Pacific handball team come together with the College of Optometry and the U.S. Handball Association to develop ASTM eye protection standards for the sport.
Murata is the 2023 NCAA Division III menʻs winner of the annual award named for the late Grand Slam champion, honoring tennis student-athletes nationwide that have exhibited outstanding sportsmanship and leadership.
We invite you to plan your itinerary for Homecoming 2023. Contact a friend today and invite them to join you for a weekend in the Grove. With the exception of reunions, all Homecoming events are open to all alumni of every college, program and campus.