College of the Pacific

Sustainability Has a New Approach with “The Story of Stuff”

Sustainability Has a New Approach with “The Story of Stuff”

Annie Leonard, a sustainability expert who created the viral video "The Story of Stuff," will challenge Pacificans to rethink their consumption habits and the need to change to sustain the environment more


Technical Lighting Opens Doors for a Legacy at Pacific

The Golden Gate Bridge, Hearst Castle, and Tower Bridge in Sacramento all have one thing in common: they all possess the University of the Pacific spirit. James Jewell, a 1951 University of the Pacific graduate more


Immigration 2012: A Panel Discussion on Immigration Policy and the Election

Two noted experts on immigration law and a representative from the American Civil Liberties Union will discuss these laws, how politicians frame the issue during election years, and whether there is any hope of seeing comprehensive immigration reform in the near future more


Curator and Author to Speak at Pacific about Andy Goldsworthy’s Artwork

Natural resources, such as stones, tree branches, flowers, and mud are the materials artist Andy Goldsworthy uses to create stunning pieces of art. Whether it is sticks placed in a symmetrical shape more

Women as History-makers in California

Women as History-makers in California

59th California History Institute, University of the Pacific, Preliminary Program & Registration Form more


Dean Tom Krise Named President of Pacific Lutheran University

Tom Krise, Dean of The College of the Pacific since 2008, was named president of Pacific Lutheran University in Parkland Washington, Wednesday afternoon. He will start his new position in June. Pacific will appoint an interim dean and will start the search process for a new dean later this year. more


Pacific Debaters 1st in Northern Cal

This past weekend (Feb. 10-12, 2012), Pacific Speech and Debate travelled to Chabot College to compete in the NCFA Championship Tournament (Northern California Forensics Association) more

DeltaFusion Looking for Volunteers

DeltaFusion Looking for Volunteers

DeltaFusion, last year's ground-breaking show that used giant puppets to celebrate the diverse natural and cultural heritage of Stockton, will return this summer. Organizers are looking for volunteers. more


The Ethical Challenges of Today’s Society and the Ability to Reason

Dale McGowan, author of the secular parenting books "Parenting Beyond Belief" and "Raising Freethinkers," will speak on the nature of critical thinking skills and the importance of ethics at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28 at Pacific's Don and Karen DeRosa University Center Ballroom.  more


Read To Me Stockton

Mayor Ann Johnston meets with Pacific students about the Read To Me Stockton program more