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Modern Languages and Literature
Wendell Phillips Center Annex
Beth Moreno
Administrative Assistant
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211

Outstanding Students

These Modern Languages and Literature students not only exhibit academic excellence, but also serve as examples of the mission of College of the Pacific. They have excelled in the classroom and beyond, whether it's through multiple degrees, research, study abroad or service to their communities. They are the epitome of excellence and champions of the liberal arts. Take a glimpse at some of the Modern Languages and Literature department's outstanding students:


Juan Carlos RangelJuan Carlos Rangel

Juan Carlos Rangel is a Spanish Pedagogy major with a minor in Latin American Studies. He is involved in the Community Involvement Program (CIP), and Los Danzantes de Pacific, a folkloric group on-campus. After graduating, he hopes to become a Spanish teacher. Learn more about Juan>>






Victoria LauVictoria Lau

Victoria Lau is a double major in Chinese Language and Literature and Pre-Pharmacy. She is very active on campus as a member of the Student Pharmacist Undergraduate Committee (SPAC), an undergraduate researcher, and a Modern Language and Literature Student Representative. Learn more about Victoria>>






Katie OrtegaKatie Ortega

Katie Ortega is a double major in Spanish language and literature and Geological and Environmental Sciences, with a minor in French language and literature. She is a Pacific Ambassador, a member of the professional language fraternity Omega Eta Epsilon, and a writing mentor. In Fall 2015, Katie studied abroad in Seville, Spain. Learn more about Katie>>






Sarah GeageaSarah Geagea

Sarah Geagea is a double major in French Studies and International Affairs and Commerce. She is actively involved on campus as the President of French Club, Treasurer of Open Assembly of SIS, and current Senator of SIS. She has also studied abroad in Paris, where she gained first-hand knowledge of French culture. Learn more about Sarah>>






Adam AndersonAdam Anderson

Adam Anderson is a double major in International Relations and the Chinese language, with an Economics minor. He has recently been awarded a prestigious Boren scholarship, which will enable him to study Mandarin Chinese in Shanghai, China for a year. Following graduation, Adam intends to work in the national security field. Learn more about Adam>>





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