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Students Ross Bartlett '09, Psy.D. '14 and Sherilyn O '10, MAT '11 discuss why they give to Pacific University.
Noise Parade is Pacific's loudest tradition and possibly the longest-running.
Lilly Huynh is an Education and Learning Major, class of 2012, in the College of Arts and Sciences. She also participates in the Pacific Philharmonic Orchestra, the Education Club and the Speech Team. 
Ashley Kanda, of Kaneohe Hawaii, is pursuing a graduate degree in Pharmacy in the College of Health Professions. She is also a member of the women's soccer team, where she received All-Northwest Conference honors and set a school record of 54 shots.
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Cassie Roberts is an Environmental Chemistry major, class of 2011, in the College of Arts and Sciences. She was awarded a Pacesetters scholarship in 2007 and is a Boxer Ambassador.
Local residents joined Pacific University students, faculty and staff on Monday, Jan. 17 for the University's annual celebration in honor of civil rights champion Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dr. Fraser Horn is an assistant professor and the director of Washington County clinics for the Pacific University College of Optometry.
Alumna Nicolle Brossard '09 majored in psychology at Pacific University and served in Afghanistan following time as a mental health specialist at Fort Hood, Texas. Brossard provided combat and operational stress control services on the first Army combat stress team in Afghanistan.