Selection of New Pacific University President Sparks Controversy in Hiring Process

Faculty and students at Pacific are discontent with the hiring process behind the incoming university president Jennifer Coyle.  “In a typical search, there are open forums where faculty and staff …

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Pacific University Bowls Event Puts Students’ Ceramics on Display

Pacific University’s Art Department, led by Professor Terry O’Day, is hosting a ceramics event titled PacUBowls, in which the general public can go online at boxerbowls.org to browse the different student-crafted ceramic pieces before placing orders for their favorites.

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Pacific University Makes a Spiritual Space for Students, Staff, and Faculty with the Creation of a Prayer and Reflection Room

Pacific constructed a new space in the former Undergraduate Student Senate Room (located on the bottom floor of the U.C.) designed for Pacific community members to engage in prayer, meditation, and reflection: the Prayer and Reflection room.

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Pacific University Confronts Its Past as Forest Grove Indian School by Publishing a List of Children Who Died in Its Custody

In honor of Indigenous People’s month, Pacific University archivist Eva Guggemos and independent researcher SuAnn Reddick published a list of all the known Indigenous children who died in the custody of the Forest Grove Indian School and Chemawa Indian School from 1880 to 1945.

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