Pacific replants memorial walk

Pacific replants memorial walk

Many trees are removed on campus each year for the safety of the Pacific community. The 66-year-old birches that lined the walkway between Jefferson and Warner Halls were more than just diseased trees. They held a historical importance to the... READ MORE »»

Pacific professor documents legacy

Pacific professor documents legacy

After an established background as a political commentator, professor Jim Moore will be taking his career in a new direction by writing the official biography of the 32nd Governor of Oregon. Former Gov. Victor Atiyeh asked Moore to personally... READ MORE »»

President discusses campus progress

President discusses campus progress

Incoming and returning students will enter onto an improved campus this fall, with many new additions, renovations and structures. The University Center, stadium roof, bike racks and the addition of a new residence hall, Cascade Hall, are the... READ MORE »»

With Lu’au around the corner, Pacific’s hula class practices twice a week to perfect their dance. Dance instructors are students teaching other students dances they have personally choreographed. Students in Hula receive academic credit for performing in Lu’au.

Pacific counts down to Lu’au

On April 12, Pacific for the 54th time will welcome visiting family and friends to the mainland for the 54th annual Lu’au. Na Haumana O Hawai’i, also known as Pacific’s Hawai’I Club, will be entertaining guests all weekend with visiting,... READ MORE »»

Current students are permitted to smoke on campus, so long as they keep ten feet between themselves and doors to nearby buildings. With the future campus policy, all tobacco products will be banned.

Smoking ban: Strict policy in sight for Pacific

Starting May 31, 2015 in conjunction with World No Tobacco Day, every Pacific University Campus will be tobacco-free. This means no tobacco product of any kind will be allowed anywhere on the Forest Grove campus. More specially, “smoking and... READ MORE »»