4/11/12

Pacifican is Awarded Prestigious Fulbright Fellowship

On Tuesday, Nicholas Freeman '12, a student in the School of International Studies, said that his patience was about "to pop." more

4/11/12

School of International Studies to Celebrate 25th Anniversary of Founding

On Saturday, April 14, SIS will celebrate its efforts and success over the years by recognizing the 25th Anniversary of the school’s founding more

Proposition 8 Attorney to Speak at Pacific’s Commencement
4/9/12

Proposition 8 Attorney to Speak at Pacific’s Commencement

Prominent attorney Theodore B. Olson '62 will address graduates at the 155th Commencement at University of the Pacific more

4/9/12

Annual Math Steeplechase Continues to Add Up

More than 1,000 children from 11 schools in San Joaquin, Sacramento and Stanislaus County will converge at the Alex G. Spanos Center on April 20 to do math more

4/9/12

Pacific Students to Participate in Prestigious Federal Reserve Bank Symposium

Six Pacific economics students have been invited to participate in a symposium organized by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (the Fed) and CSU-Long Beach on April 12 and 13 more

4/6/12

APA Accreditation for Counseling Services

Counseling Services at the University of the Pacific became only the second small private non-profit University in California to be accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) for the maximum of seven years more

4/6/12

Conservatory Student Shine in three voice competitions

Pacific students from the Conservatory of Music have been decorated in three separate voice competitions in Northern California during the past two weeks. more

Sustainability Has a New Approach with “The Story of Stuff”
4/4/12

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

4/3/12

Award-winning Poet and Peace Activist to discuss Drug Violence in Mexico

Poet Javier Sicilia vowed never to write another poem again after his son was killed by a drug cartel more