News, Media and Stories | Class Of 2013

Kathryn Wilson MFA ’13 was recently featured on literary magazine Little Patuxent Review’s website about her experiences as a writer and one of the magazine’s fiction readers.
Three physical therapy alumni share their stories of how Pacific University's Physical Therapy program led to their early career success.
Nicholas Tasaka ’13 was promoted to vice president of Bank of Hawaii.
Cynthia Neely MFA ’13 had her poem, “Me Too – The Fall of Man,” published on Women’s Voices for Change, a news, commentary and opinion website that celebrates women’s health, beauty and wisdom.
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Alex Bell ’13 recently led a team that was tasked with redesigning the Pacific University website. She was featured by Adobe on the Adobe Blog for her work. 
When Luis Cisneros MAT ‘13 was a child, he worked with his family members in the fields and ditches around Nyssa, Ore., on the Idaho border. Now he’s overseeing other young people as dean of students at Nyssa Elementary School. 
Wes Porter and Sarah Tomscha  each signed up for a Voyages white water rafting trip with the intention of making friends and getting in one a last adventure before the school year began; neither realized they would be meeting the love of their life.
Velarde, who majored in music education at Pacific, sang for the Tara Novellas before going solo.
This is the amazing love story of two All-American kids who saw each other in a crowded courtyard and had love at first sight! This will put you all in tears, give you laughter, and most of all make you believe in love again.