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 current students recently shared some of their own Pacific heroes, and we listened in for this special mini-episode of Boxer Voices.
We hear from Kawita Kaur ’17, a biology major who was inspired by Physics Professor Juliet Brosing; Del Judy ’46, MAEd ’73, and Clark Peters ’65, MSEd ’70 remember the legendary Hap Hingston; and Bill Turner ’63 talks about the impact of Math Professor Andrewa Nobel ’29.
We look forward to sharing additional alumni memories in future episodes of Boxer Voices. If you would like to share your story or have a suggestion for an upcoming episode, email me!
Jenni Luckett, Editor