by Genevieve J. Long
Nicolle Rager Fuller B.S. ’99 combines her interests in science and art to give readers a new perspective on Darwin’s On the Origin of Species.
Jack Landau B.A. ’75, J.D. ’80 was nervous when, as a newly minted lawyer, he walked into the office of U.S. District Court Judge Robert Belloni to interview for a clerkship. He sat down, glanced at the judge’s desk, and began to sweat.
In the dead of winter in Fairbanks, Alaska, when temperatures average 10 degrees below zero—and sometimes drop to 40 below—Suzanne Bishop B.S. ’82 is snug and safe inside the Cold Climate Housing Research Center, monitoring high-tech sensors, compiling data, and planning for her summer garden.
Pacific Crest, located in northeast Portland, is a fully accredited independent school for grades 7 through 12. It was founded in 1993 by Becky Lukens M.A.T. ’90, Ed.S. ’10, Jenny Osborne M.A.T. ’94, and three other teachers.