Cassandra “Cassie” (Hart Beehler) Kitchen ’13 and Brett Kitchen were married Nov. 11, 2022, at Carpenter Creek Farm and Winery in Forest Grove.
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Trevor Hunt MSAT '21 owes his place in the National Football League to one very long weekend day when he was at Pacific.
Join us on International Women’s Day, Wednesday, March 8 at 4 p.m. PST, for an alumnae panel of women leaders as we celebrate the inauguration of our 18th president, Jennifer Coyle ’90, OD ’93, MS ’00, who is the third woman to lead our university.
Emman Parian ’20 started working as program manager for the immunization program at the Commonwealth Healthcare Corp. in Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, in June 2022.
Her junior year at Pacific, Marge (Putman) Lanthier '60 met Herb Berreth OD '60, an optometry student living in the Forest Grove Fire Hall. They dated for nearly one-year and were married between terms their senior year.
In a remarkable convergence of talent, passion and academic backgrounds, seven Pacific alumni were among the scores of people who helped make the acclaimed stop-motion film in Portland. The film took about three years to create and was released Dec. 9. It won the Academy Award for best animated film.
Rosalie Goode ’15 became a dental hygienist through Pacific University’s School of Dental Hygiene. Now, thanks to a statewide pilot program at Pacific, she has become the first licensed member of a new cohort of mid-level dental provider in Oregon.
Carl Boeck '75 Enlisted More Than 25 Years After Graduating, Then Delivered the Gift of Vision Around the Globe
Pacific University Alumnus Carl Boeck '75 enlisted after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 and went on to deliver the gift of sight to people in places around the world where the military was conducting civil affairs work.
Pete Truax ’83, mayor of Forest Grove and long-time city councilman, received an honor from the Oregon League of Cities at its 97th annual conference in Bend, Ore.
Pacific University's third annual Athletic Giving Days brought in record numbers of donors and dollars.