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National Board of Examiners in Optometry
The National Board of Examiners in Optometry released its annual performance report earlier this week.
Pacific University’s Speech & Debate Team finished the first half of the year strong, winning
Lopes is an undergraduate psychology major and varsity soccer player at Pacific University. In November, he successfully passed the U.S. Citizenship test after several years of uncertain legal status prior to becoming a legal permanent resident.
The Master of Fine Arts in Writing program hosts readings by some of the world’s finest contemporary writers during its 10-day residency in Seaside Jan. 5-12.
Mike Duncan PA '16, injured while searching for fellow Army soldier Bowe Bergdahl, tells his tale of forgiveness. Story syndicated nationally.
Selected news stories featuring Pacific University and its community members.
Lead On: The Campaign for Tomorrow at Pacific University is about carrying a 168-year tradition of excellence and opportunity into a bright new future, said President Lesley Hallick.
The W.M. Keck Foundation recently awarded the College of Arts & Sciences a multi-year $200,000 grant to establish an innovative new undergraduate research program in the School of Arts & Humanities. With this grant, the School of Arts & Humanities will develop and implement an Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creative Inquiry (URSCI) curriculum to offer research opportunities and benefits to every student in the school. Courses will be redesigned to include research methodologies unique to the arts and humanities, with a strong focus on interdisciplinary collaboration and opportunities for students to disseminate their scholarly work.  
The Pacific University Speech and Debate team earned a third-place Team Sweepstakes award at the Whitworth-McPherson Classic.
Emily Sernaker MFA '18 talked to Steinem about the #MeToo social media campaign's place in the history of the women's rights movement.

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