News, Media and Stories

Pacific Index meeting
Pacific University’s journalism program has embraced the digital age, both in the classroom and in The Pacific Index, the student-run newspaper.
Tran Library
With finals just around the corner, students may chat, email or call library staff for assistance. Pacific Libraries are also looking for students to take a survey and apply for its newly created student advisory board. Fourteen paid positions are up for grabs for undergraduate and graduate students. 
Dr Bueno
Students from the School of Graduate Psychology's Sabiduría Latina/o Psychology Emphasis released issue one of the Sabiduría Newsletter, Saber Es Poder (Knowledge is Power). The inspiration for this newsletter stems from the social justice movements happening across the country. As Sabiduría students we make outreach a pillar of our training, and we recognize that we do not always do a great job of including other students and faculty members in our efforts. The purpose of this newsletter is to increase communication, continue the conversation for racial equality, showcase Sabiduría’s community work, and inspire others to get involved.
NHOH Giving Tree
NHOH is hosting its annual holiday giving tree for members of the Western Farmers Association. Unwrapped gifts may be delivered outside of Clark Hall room 218 by Monday, Nov. 30. Boxer ID needed to enter the building. Gifts may also be ordered online and mailed to the NHOH club.
Pacific University Optometry Clinic
Pacific EyeClinics offer free exams for students and discounted services for employees.
This IS Kalapuyan Land poster
Pacific University is proud to remember and celebrate the history, heritage and culture of Indigenous peoples during the month of November. Educational events include a museum exhibit, online library display, philosophy colloquium and movie screening.
Nicole George
Nicole George '16 is working to perpetuate and enhance the cultures of the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian people of southeast Alaska.
katie kraus still
Katie Krauss, current MAT student, receives $500 for her Steins Pillar Elementary art classroom.She was recently featured on News Channel 21's One Class At A Time and shared how she is teaching in-person classes during COVID.
Taylor Nishimura
The College of Business at Pacific University Oregon is proud to have alumni like Taylor Nishimura '20 earning internships while studying that lead to careers.
Public Health Update
Undergraduate classes will move online by Wednesday. Campus facilities to close.

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