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The staff of Pacific University Boxer Dining Services is saddened by the loss of longtime Aramark employee Louis Foote, who passed away on Wednesday, Dec. 11.   
Two new academic programs are set to launch in Fall 2014, after receiving approval from the Pacific University Board of Trustees at its regular meeting this weekend.
Pacific University's Board of Trustees has approved the addition of a bachelor's degree in music therapy and the curriculum of the previously approved master of social work program.
Rich Burk ’88, who spent the better part of a decade as the voice of the AAA Portland Beavers, is back at the mic as the radio announcer for the new Hillsboro Hops.
John White is the director of the Pacific University School of Occupational Therapy. "The caliber of students we have in the program and the eagerness they have to learn their role as occupational therapists to really change people's lives — I get cold chills sometimes just thinking about it."
Pacific University associate professor Nancy Ann Neudauer has received a Fulbright Specialist Award to teach at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences in Cape Town, South Africa.  
Carrie Newman '88 sometimes uses the word "magical" to describe how the opportunities in her life have come to pass. From majoring in biology and sociology at Pacific, her winding journey has included the Peace Corps, graduate school, healthcare management, a public charter school, and now the Fort Collins Symphony Orchestra..

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