News, Media and Stories

Lalit Khandare
Lalit Khandare, assistant professor of social work at Pacific's Eugene Campus, spoke via Zoom to the Coalition of Seattle Indian-Americans about the history and nature of caste, and when and how colorism began in India.
Fernando Lira '21 on a beach
When Fernando Lira ’21 started working to support the Pacific University Student Emergency Fund, he didn’t imagine he would actually use it.
For academic year 19-20, Pacific University School of Pharmacy is proud to announce Kayla E Grzybowski, PharmD, BCPS, BCOP, as our preceptor of the year.
Paul Snell
Paul Snell and Jules Boykoff, colleagues in Pacific's Politics and Government Department, have emerged as important voices as protests for racial and social justice rivet the country.
If you are currently enrolled in a health insurance plan that provides comparable coverage to the school sponsored plan, and that will be in effect through the end of the school year, you may be able to waive automatic enrollment into the school-sponsored plan by completing the online waiver at https://pacificu.myahpcare.com/waiver by the August 13, 2020 deadline date.
Short-eared owl
The Blaine County (Montana) News-Opinion featured Toni Collins '88 in a story about a volunteer project to collect data about Short-Eared Owls in Montana.
Dorothy Louise Tontz Anderson '36 died two months short of her 105th birthday. She lived her entire life in Oregon.
Mary Ruth Christensen
Former student Mary Ruth Erdmann Christensen, who transferred from Pacific to the University of Oregon to complete her nursing degree in 1950, died June 29 in McMinnville, Ore.
Title card for episode #6
Check out today’s video for strategies on how you can create the community that you need during this pandemic.
From President Hallick
New ICE rules are not expected to affect Pacific international students, but the university also is working to join efforts to prevent the implementation of the new policy. 

Pages