As an aging veteran, I was absolutely enthralled by your most recent e-issue...Colonel Daniel W. (Jake) Jacobowitz, USAF (Ret.) '65, Lorton, Va.
I appreciated Blake Timm's comprehensive look at the history of football at Pacific. I thought I could add a few details on the decision to drop football in 1992...Thomas Beck, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, 1991-2003, Forest Grove, Ore.
Congratulations! I love the new format of the Pacific magazine. I actually shed tears of joy upon reading that football has begun again after 19 years...Patricia Campbell Tennant '56, Prineville, Ore.
I was really impressed with the current publication [covering] Pacific’s return of football...Barbara M. Sinclair '92
On December 7, 1941, news of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawai’i shocked the world and brought America abruptly into the war. In Forest Grove, though, for a time life went on as always under the peaceful oaks.
Though separated by 131 years, 19 students both encountered and became acquainted with President Sidney Harper Marsh, Pacific University’s first president, through their transcription of a selection of Marsh’s letters, sermons and a commencement address.
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.
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.
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.