Pacific remembers Maya Angelou
5/28/14

Pacific remembers Maya Angelou

Students, staff, faculty and alumni reflect on the legacy of Dr. Maya Angelou, who delivered an unforgettable convovation address to the University of the Pacific Class of 1993 on Commencement weekend. The renowned author, artist and activist passed away this week at age 86. more

New website, new CD and new fellow at Brubeck Institute
5/27/14

New website, new CD and new fellow at Brubeck Institute

The jazz institute recently launched a new website, formally released a new CD and announced that a new Brubeck Fellow would be joining the Brubeck Institute Jazz Quintet in the fall more

Student-athlete injured in Isla Vista attacks
5/27/14

Student-athlete injured in Isla Vista attacks

Pacific men's water polo player, Nicholas Pasichuke, was among 13 people injured during the tragedy that took six lives in Isla Vista on Friday. Pasichuke was struck by the gunman's car and remains in the hospital with serious injuries. more

5/27/14

An incubator for success

Four Pacific female leaders are moving into new chapters in their lives after cutting their “leadership” teeth at Pacific more

Pacific partners to prevent "summer slide"
5/20/14

Pacific partners to prevent "summer slide"

To help prevent the "summer slide," University of the Pacific, the San Joaquin County Office of Education and The Record newspaper have worked together to produce, print and distribute summer learning guides with resources and activities to help families support education during the long break from school. more

Summer reading list ideas from University of the Pacific faculty
5/14/14

Summer reading list ideas from University of the Pacific faculty

From a light history of nuts to a weighty translation of anti-capitalist Japanese literature, here are a few recent books by University of the Pacific faculty more

Pacific student headed to India as Fulbright scholar
5/12/14

Pacific student headed to India as Fulbright scholar

John Langdon, COP '14, will spend nine months studying the history of Jazz in early twentieth-century India on a Fulbright research grant. more

Professor Gary Litton selected for 2014 Distinguished Faculty Award
5/9/14

Professor Gary Litton selected for 2014 Distinguished Faculty Award

Litton, a professor of civil engineering and chair of the Department of Civil Engineering, will be recognized at Pacific's 2014 Commencement ceremonies more