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.
March 21, 2012
A recent novel by one of Pacific's MFA in Writing faculty members gives a glimpse of another world.
Commencement is a time to celebrate accomplishments, but not a time to say goodbye. Once a Boxer, always a Boxer.
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.
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.
Football and football (soccer), Jane Austen, malarial lizards and vineyard aches and pains.
Past and Present Dinner, a rainy commencement and Pacific's expert on the hoarding disorder.
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.
Remembering Fred Scheller '43, M.A. '54, who passed away in May 2010.