9/21/12

Children/Minors on Campus Policy Suspended for Review

In her address to the faculty last Wednesday, President Eibeck directed that the new policy on children and minors on campus be reviewed and modified based on faculty and staff feedback.  more

Author Matt de la Pena to Headline Latino Heritage Month
9/21/12

Author Matt de la Pena to Headline Latino Heritage Month

Matt de la Peña '96, author, creative writing instructor, Pacific alum and Tiger basketball player, will headline this year's Latino Heritage Month celebration. more

9/21/12

Chinese Professors Study Communication at Pacific

About two dozen professors from Communication University of China were on Pacific's Stockton campus for two weeks learning about the American study of Communication more

9/21/12

Supreme Court Chief Justice Demystifies Life as a Judge

Students and the community received an unusual treat this Constitution Day: They heard what life was like on California's Supreme Court directly from the chief justice herself. more

9/21/12

Student historians, University archivists document memories of groundbreaking Monterey Jazz Festival event

University archivists, Conservatory faculty, Brubeck Institute staff and history students present The Real Ambassadors exhibit at Monterey Jazz Festival, as part of an effort to capture recollections of people who were in the audience in 1962 more

9/20/12

Padilla's Third Goal Is The Game-Winner In Double Overtime As Pacific Upends Saint Mary's

Junior Maricela Padilla picked up the Tigers' first hat trick in a decade and scored the game-winning goal with one minute left in double overtime as the Pacific women's soccer team won 3-2 at Saint Mary's College on Thursday, September 20.  more

9/20/12

BOG Community Council Launches Reading by Third campaign

More than 100 community leaders and educators gathered at the Haggin Museum to discuss the problem and set goals for reversing our community's poor literacy rates. more

9/20/12

Advancing Professional Programs Around the World

Pacific administrators, faculty and students have been busy this past summer expanding Pacific’s influence as a leader in professional education around the globe. more

9/19/12

Expanding Your Horizons Volunteers Needed

The annual math and science conference on October 6 will host upwards of 500 girls in grades 6-12.  more

9/18/12

Safe Trick-or-Treat volunteers and donations needed

Pacific's annual Safe Trick-or-Treat event is always an overwhelming success because of the many volunteers and donations from the Pacific community that make it possible. more