Alumni News

In the News: McCall Center Director Jim Moore Provides Post-Election Analysis

Dr. Moore provided insight on the recent general election - what happened nationally and here in Oregon - at the Washington County Public Affairs Forum held Nov. 14.

Pacific University in the News: Nov. 7-13, 2016

Selected news stories featuring or mentioning the university.

The spirit bench painted to honor veterans

Students Paint the Spirit Bench to Honor Veterans

First-year seminar students paint the spirit bench in honor of veterans. 

Pacific Experience Leads O'Dea '06 into Student Support

Debbie (Kerlinger) O'Dea '06 found a home at Pacific — one so caring that she strives to create the same experience for other students.

Scholarships Allowed Barbara Crandall '66 to Pursue Love of Math

Barbara (Williams) Crandall '66 bucked convention to major in math and work in early software development.

Japanese Business Delegation to Speak at Pacific University on Monday, Oct. 24

“Walk in the US, Talk on Japan” features a delegation of successful Japanese business men and women will give their perspectives on a variety of topics, including the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, current economic policy and global marketing of the "Cool Japan" cultural phenomenon.

Boxer's History Revealed in New Documentary

Local historian Ken Bilderback and Pacific University Archives shed light on Boxer's history as Pacific University's mascot.

What Makes a Good Person? Pacific University’s Fall Theatre Production Explores Goodness and Greed

This October on Pacific University’s Tom Miles stage, the world of Bertolt Brecht’s The Good Woman of Setzuan will come to life through the direction of professor and Theatre & Dance department chair Ellen Margolis.

Senator Jeff Merkley to Discuss Upcoming Election Issues at Pacific University on Wednesday, Oct. 12

Open to the public, Senator Merkley's talk takes place in Marsh Hall's Taylor Auditorium and begins at 4:30 p.m.

Public Invited to Pacific University for "Hands Up" Oct. 22-23

Monologues by seven playwrights explore African-Americans' well-being in a culture of institutional profiling.

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