October 2012

10/11/12

Tigers Raise $1,000 For Stick it to Cancer

The Pacific field hockey team raised $1,000 for cancer research at the National Foundation for Cancer Research more

10/11/12

Men's Water Polo Closes Out Non-Conference Play Against Santa Clara

The No. 6 Pacific men's water polo team wraps up non-conference play this Friday, Oct. 12, taking on No. 17 Santa Clara. more

10/11/12

Pacific Launches Institutional Effectiveness Process

Pacific's new Institutional Effectiveness is charged with assuring continuing improvement across all Pacific programs and services using the tools of institutional research and effectiveness, regardless if the program is in the academic, student support or administrative side more

Safe Trick or Treat Promises Sweet Treats for Thousands of Stockton Children
10/11/12

Safe Trick or Treat Promises Sweet Treats for Thousands of Stockton Children

Children dressed as witches, mummies, spiders, pumpkins, vampires and many other characters will haunt their way through University of the Pacific during the 14th annual Safe Trick or Treat more

10/10/12

Stockton United Way Campaign Launches for 2012

President Pamela Eibeck announces the launch of the 2012 United Way Campaign for the Stockton campus more

10/9/12

Men's Swimming Opens 2012-13 Campaign At California

The Pacific men's swimming team will open its 2012-13 campaign Wednesday, Oct. 10, facing two-time defending national champion California in Berkeley at 1 p.m. more

10/9/12

Lynn King Named AVP of Student Life

Lynn King, currently Special Assistant to the President, will become the Assistant Vice President for Student Life more

10/8/12

Pacific Speech and Debate Tournament Lands Major Sponsor

The San Joaquin Railroad Commission has given Pacific's annual Pat Kennedy Round-Robin tournament nearly $75,000 in sponsorship funds more

10/8/12

A New Lobby Exhibit Highlights the John Muir Papers Through the Theme of Trees.

The exhibit compares certain trees on campus to ones Muir has drawn. more

10/8/12

Bill Herrin Named Director of Pacific’s School of International Studies

Bill Herrin, a professor of economics in the College of the Pacific and the former chair of the Department of Economics, was appointed the director of the School of International Studies more