Alumni News

Forest Grove Campus Library Named for Alumni Tim '74 and Cathy Tran '74

A 10,000-mile journey that began in Vietnam for Pacific University alumni Tim '74 and Cathy Tran '74 culminated at the university's Forest Grove Campus with the naming of the library in their honor as part of Pacific's annual Homecoming festivities.

Photo by Rebecca Allen

Give In, Give Up, or Resist: A Timely Retelling of a Modern Classic Asks What Would You Do?

Inspired by Eugene Ionesco’s Rhinoceros, Ellen Margolis’s Hide

Pacific University to Name Forest Grove Campus Library After Tim Tran '74 & Cathy Tran '74

The Trans have a powerful connection with Pacific University and have turned their gratitude into leadership in support of the university's mission.

Pacific University Welcomes Alumni for Homecoming 2017

Hundreds of Boxers to come home for fellowship, fun and recognition.

Pacific University Once Again Recognized for Quality

US News and Forbes both include Pacific in annual "best colleges and universities" rankings.

Plant Pathologist Kara Lanning '07 Helps Local Farmers

Farmers feed the world, with a little help from scientists like Kara Lanning ’07. Lanning is a plant pathologist and visiting assistant professor of biology at Pacific Lutheran University near Tacoma, Wash. She is also the President of the Pacific University alumni board and will be celebrating her 10-year class reunion at Homecoming.

Betty LaDuke at the Cawein Gallery

The Cawein Gallery is excited to host Ashland artist Betty LaDuke, whose intricately carved and painted wood panels document the stories of Latino Farmworkers in the Pacific Northwest.

Sept. 16 Boxer Football Game Cancelled

Saturday's Boxer football game and pre-game party in Los Angeles have been cancelled, after Occidental College cited a "significantly diminished player roster." 

AMIGOS Provides Eye Care to Communities in Need

In spring of 2016, AMIGOS teams traveled globally to Peru, Nicaragua and Costa Rica, and locally to Fossil, Ore. to provide eye care to underserved communities.

Pacific University To Mark International Day Of Peace 2017

The Pacific University community will mark the International Day of Peace, Thursday, Sept. 21, at the Peace Pole on the Forest Grove campus in front of Scott Hall. A short ceremony, open to the public, will begin at 10 a.m., and a reception will follow.

 

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