Campus activism has been on the rise nationwide for the past half-decade, and we’ve seen that increase here at Pacific over the past several years, particularly in the past week.
It was the summer of 1967. My family and I were living in Portland, Oregon. One summer day, I took them out for Chinese food and after we got home, I went to the mail box to find a letter that said “GREETINGS.” There was no box that I could check that said, “No Thanks” […]
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 […]
Pacific magazine has been recognized with a regional award for university communications.
Dance Slow Decades is coming to the stage at Pacific University. Written by Kailea Saplan ’15 and inspired by the letters of Cheron (Messmer) Mayhall ’64, the play explores the lives of two Pacific University women living 50 years apart.
Where Judy Mason ’60 grew up, the gossip traveled faster than the cars. She remembers the day her boyfriend picked her up in his car after a stop at the cleaner’s. By the time she got home, the “news” had spread that she was pregnant and eloping.
Welcome to Pacific magazine online. We are proud to debut a new design for this website, which serves as a companion to the popular print magazine of Pacific University.