Gene McIntyre ’60 earned a M.A. in history from the University of Oregon in 1965, followed by a Ph.D. in education from UO in 1969. He retired in 1999 after a career as a teacher, associate professor, staff development specialist and administrator for Oregon colleges, public schools and the State of Oregon. He writes a regular blog for the Salem Statesman Journal and lives in Keizer, Ore.

Boxer Tales is a collection of stories highlighting the individuals that create our Pacific University community. Experience Boxer life through the voices of students, faculty, alumni, staff and supporters.

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From its founding in 1849 as a pioneer-era school for orphans, Pacific University has always been about making a difference in people's lives. Today, as one of the finest liberal arts and health professions universities in the country, that spirit of


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From its founding in 1849 as a pioneer-era school for orphans, Pacific University has always been about making a difference in people's lives. Today, as one of the finest liberal arts and health professions universities in the country, that spirit of caring and service still pervades every aspect of campus life, and fuels the desire to have an even greater impact on our students, our communities and the region.

This commitment to excellence has led to the most ambitious growth and development program in the University's nearly 160-year history. Pacific's future is bright, with many new facilities and programs, and a burgeoning student body. Pacific University remains a place where individuals find their passion; where they embrace their individuality; and where exceptional students are transformed into exceptional citizens of the world.

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