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

Selected news stories featuring or mentioning the university.

Report Concerns to Central Email Address

Anyone feeling vulnerable or threatened by harassment, sexual misconduct, bias, discrimination, or in other ways, can use this resource to report their concerns at report@pacificu.edu and find additional resources online at Support at Pacific.

President Hallick Offers Thanks for Accreditation Participation

President Hallick offers thanks to the university community for participation in the comprehensive accreditation evaluation visit in early November. The NWCCU report will be available in early February.

Forest Grove Library Renovation Begins

Work has begun in the Forest Grove Campus Library to enclose the Library’s Media Commons, which will eventually make it available for 24-hour student use in addition to the current 24-hour study space and computer classroom.

Carlene Carter Opens Pacific's 2016-2017 Performing Arts Series on Saturday Night

A limited number of tickets are still available to see the daughter of country music royalty perform a solo show before she joins John Mellencamp for his fall tour.

Summer Literacy Camp Pairs Fun & Reading For Local Children

A summer literacy camp put on by faculty and students in the College of Education's School of Communication Sciences & Disorders and School of Learning & Teaching provided rich — and fun — literacy activities for local children.

Parking Accessibility on Forest Grove Campus to be Limited Beginning Friday, Aug. 19

Updated Aug. 17: several parking lots on the Forest Grove Campus will have restrictions beginning Friday to accommodate Voyages, New Student Orientation and building renovation work.

Top Hospitals are Using Music Therapy, Reports ABC News

ABC News explores the power of music therapy. Pacific offers one of only five accredited music therapy programs on the West Coast.

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