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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David Goss '72, OD '74 has published From Spectacle Making Trade to Scholarly Profession: A History of Optometry in the United States, by Pacific University Press.
Five alumni from Pacific University’s College of Optometry Class of 1972 celebrate their 50th graduation anniversary with a skiing trip.
Dick Anderson '72 is Oregon's new 5th district state senator.
Gordon Haller ’72 was interviewed by Slowtwitch, an online triathlon magazine, for his vast experiences of participating in triathlons.
A passion for Pacific earns four new members a place in the President's Circle, honoring the university's $100,000 lifetime donors.
At their 30th class reunion in 2003, his classmates honored his efforts by unveiling the Mad Dog Scholarship Fund. The fund reached the endowment level in 2009 and offered its first scholarship to an optometry student in 2010.