The ebola crisis in Africa isn’t over — and neither is Art Professor Doug Anderson’s commitment to raising awareness and monetary support.
This project began in September of 2013, when Theatre Professor Ellen Margolis introduced me to Ginger Moshofsky, then in Pacific’s Office of Alumni Relations. She was inspired by the Whitman College Letters Project, which gathered original materials, like journals and letters, from their alumni and pieced them into a play.
Ashlee Rivers ’14 didn’t know much about Pacific University when she was in high school. Growing up in Los Angeles, her first exposure to Pacific came in the form of flyers in the mail.
Brett Meyer ’96 and Melissa Barber ’97 had successful careers in financial management and a comfortable life in Portland. Then, the married couple decided to auction off all their belongings, join the Peace Corps and travel 6,700 miles to Mali — a decision that monumentally changed the course of their lives.