Breanne McGhee was looking forward to a local high school football game when Hurricane Katrina changed her plans. Then 15 and junior in high school, she was disappointed when the game was canceled, but not especially concerned. “In New Orleans, nobody leaves the city,” she said. “We have hurricane parties.”
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Jeanne Oliver has been the “Miss Manners” of the Pacific University College of Optometry for 25 years, though her real title is director of external relations. Beyond her “day job,” Oliver gives optometry students a little lesson in professional comportment with an annual session in business etiquette and “final exam” of a formal five-course dinner event with […]
An expert in vision therapy, David Cook OD ’78 explores the world of “seeing” in a new novel, The Anatomy of Blindness.