Teaching

"Live Through This"

Author Debra Gwartney is visiting Pacific University on Thursday as part of the Visiting Writers Series. Her memoir, Live Through This, is a poignant, if painful, recollection of her experience as the mother of runaway teen daughters.

Book review: Silver Sparrow

March 21, 2012

A recent novel by one of Pacific's MFA in Writing faculty members gives a glimpse of another world.

Commencement

Commencement is a time to celebrate accomplishments, but not a time to say goodbye. Once a Boxer, always a Boxer.

Mind Bender

A GRANDFATHER'S SHARING OF DARKROOM CRAFT with his 8-year-old granddaughter and a photography professor's encouragement lead to two majors—and a continuing interest in the art of the image.

Healthcare Hub

“Our goal is to help our students become well-rounded health professionals who can treat the whole patient and the whole community.”
­—Dr. Lesley Hallick
President, Pacific University


HPC Tour Video

HPC Campus Life Photo Gallery

Goldfish and Psychology

Anna Antonia Giedwoyn ’13, a doctoral psychology student at Pacific University, was inspired by a class on the funny ways children speak. The result was a CD of music for children with original lyrics and songs.

Briefly Noted

Football and football (soccer), Jane Austen, malarial lizards and vineyard aches and pains.

Briefly Noted

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

Sidney Harper Marsh letters. (Photo by Heidi Hoffman)

Memorabilia: The Marsh Letters

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.

Fred Scheller (Courtesy Photo)

Force of Nature

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