Clackamas County awarded Marylhurst University the highest possible recognition in its Leaders in Sustainability program, Gold certification, on April 20, 2016.
Award-winning poet and Marylhurst alum Daniel Skach-Mills will give a reading at the Holy Names Heritage Center on April 20, 2014 at 7 p.m.
Daniel Skach-Mills' poems have appeared in a variety of publications and anthologies including The Christian Science Monitor, Sojourner and Open Spaces. His books include The Hut Beneath the Pine: Tea Poems, In This Forest of Monks and The Tao of Now. Skach-Mills drew inspiration for many of his poems from the Lan Su Chinese Garden, where he has served as a docent since 2005.
This event, part of the Peregrine Literary Series, is free and open to the public. Donations of canned goods accepted for food bank. Joan Maiers, faculty member in the Department of English, serves as program host.
The Holy Names Heritage Center is located at 17425 Holy Names Drive in Lake Oswego, adjacent to Marylhurst University.