Pacific Achieves President’s Honor Roll for Community Service and Civic Engagement
3/19/12

Pacific Achieves President’s Honor Roll for Community Service and Civic Engagement

For the second time in four years, University of the Pacific was named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, which recognizes universities who are active within their community and give back to the local area more

3/13/12

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
3/12/12

Women as History-makers in California

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

3/12/12

Linda Ronstadt Purchases Landmark for Stockton

Linda Ronstadt, known for such hits as "You're No Good," "Blue Bayou," and "Hurt So Bad" came up with the idea of installing a plaque in Stockton to commemorate participants in the Bracero program, and then personally wrote a check to cover the costs more

3/8/12

Unique Live Performance of Silent Film Soundtrack Coming to Berkeley, Pacific

When the lights are turned down low and the movie starts in Zellerbach Hall at University of California at Berkeley  more

3/1/12

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

11th Annual Brubeck Festival to Explore Communities
2/29/12

11th Annual Brubeck Festival to Explore Communities

This year's annual Brubeck Festival, themed "Building Communities," features select performers who have created and sustained a culture of jazz music in the communities where they live, much like Brubeck did more

2/29/12

PBS NewsHour features Pacific Music Therapy

Pacific's Music Therapy Program was featured on the February 27th broadcast of PBS NewsHour more

2/28/12

Sustainability Efforts Move Forward with New Restore Partnership

University of the Pacific is sending less garbage to the landfill. Beginning this semester, Habitat for Humanity and Pacific partnered to rescue building materials, construction waste, and gently used furniture that is no longer needed more

2/26/12

Stagg Stadium to Close While University Conducts Feasibility Study

University of the Pacific's Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium has been temporarily closed, due to safety and accessibility concerns. The University will no longer schedule events in the stadium until a feasibility study can be completed analyzing the costs and efforts needed to modernize the historic sports arena. more