Fall 2010

Theme in Yellow, Highlights Magazine 2007 (Miranda Mueller Illustration)

Passion for Nature

An art major while at Pacific, Miranda Mueller has illustrated two books to date, including "Mishka: An Adoption Tale," and  "The Forever Friends." Her most recent project has been creating customized name plates for nurseries and child's rooms.

Return to the Gridiron

100th Season Begins with High Hopes

After a 19-year absence, Pacific football returns this fall with a new stadium, new field and over 100 players eager to start the University's 100th season.

Mezut Ozil, Turkish-born player for Germany. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

The World Cup and the Politics of Immigration

The 2010 World Cup Soccer (football in the rest of the world) playoffs in South Africa captivated sports fans across the globe. Several European teams with the most draconian immigration policies saw immigrant players make huge contributions.

Illustration by Nick Fillis '06

By the Numbers: Diabetes

The Interprofessional Diabetes Clinic opened June 12 at Pacific’s Health Professions Campus in Hillsboro, with a focus on the Washington County Latino population.

Question & Answer: How Old is Old?

How Old is Old?

The University’s new Graduate Certificate Program in Gerontology begins this fall. Designed for working professionals who serve older adults, it is Pacific’s only exclusively online program. We asked a few people what they thought about aging. 

Fred Scheller (Courtesy Photo)

Force of Nature

Remembering Fred Scheller '43, M.A. '54, who passed away in May 2010.

Briefly Noted

Past and Present Dinner, a rainy commencement and Pacific's expert on the hoarding disorder.

Good Service


I just read the piece on service learning in Ghana in the most recent Pacific magazine (Pacific, Spring 2010...

Memory Lane


Congratulations to you and the team on the most recent edition of Pacific magazine (Spring 2010).