Three men sat stranded aboard their small boat, tossed around by 12-foot seas as their engine failed and a strong current swept them farther from their port in Saipan.
Fall is in the air at Pacific University, where nearly 550 incoming freshmen and transfer students are moving in this week to get their undergraduate years underway. As part of their Orientation, they will talk about “Pacific Heroes,” the people who make Pacific such a special place to live, learn and grow. A group of alumni and […]
Wid Bleything ’51, OD ’52, MS ’54 is a retired Air Force colonel and dean of the Pacific University College of Optometry. But first, he was a Pacific student.
Stacy Bannerman is dressed head-to-toe in red, white and blue. Her Old Navy T-shirt is adorned with an American flag. She doesn’t look like the stereotype of a peace activist. The political narrative often paints those who oppose the country’s War on Terror as anti-military, even anti-American. That’s not Bannerman.
Dr. Brad Evans MS ’02, PsyD ’05 is owner of Pathfinders Counseling and Consulting, a mental health practice serving veterans and their families in Texas. He has served in the U.S. Army, Air Force, and Army Reserves.
In July, staff in the Pacific University Archives completed a project to create the first digital inventory of artifacts held by the Pacific University Museum. Among the artifacts discovered in storage were Pacific’s service flag, a relic of the 1940s, when hundreds of students and recent alumni headed overseas to fight in World War II.