Inspiring The Next Generation

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Girls from the community came to learn and play with Pacific’s Women’s athletes   Support for women’s sports begins at a young age, and Pacific is doing its part to encourage local girls to participate in athletic activities. Throughout her life, … Continued

Pave Paradise: Clear Out the Parking Lot

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Hop on a bus and join the fight against climate change The Center For a Sustainable Society is encouraging the community at Pacific University to get involved in the fight against climate change by opting for public transportation when commuting … Continued

Street-level Education

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Professor Boykoff’s Politics of Homelessness Course immerses students in the pressing realities of homelessness in Portland through both travel and classroom materials.  The distance between Forest Grove and Portland is approximately 25 miles. Students attending colleges and universities have heard … Continued

All in a day’s work

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Alumnus Rob DeCou ‘05 will share his story with Pacific   From completing the world’s most strenuous ultra-endurance competitions to becoming the co-founder of video and virtual reality studio Lux Virtual, there is seemingly no end to alumnus Rob DeCou’s list … Continued

Dish Day Disaster

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Pacific loses $30,000 in dishes over the past few years.    The Washburne University Center is home to all things dining for Pacific University. It is the gathering place for many students and faculty for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and the … Continued

Echoes of [Climate] Change

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The Demise of the ‘Environmental Studies: Policy, Culture, and Society’ Major    Climate change transcends the bounds of a singular problem and comprises a complex web of interconnected issues. For a college campus and its academic considerations that translates to a … Continued

Looking Past the Past

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Before kickoff at football games and university events, the land our university resides on is acknowledged to be native land. But are we telling the true Native American history in Forest Grove?    Before many events at Pacific University, students and … Continued