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    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’s-given-to-us-to-live-but-once.html
    Pacific researcher wins NIH grant to continue biochemical research

    The National Institutes of Health has awarded University of the Pacific’s Dr. William Chan a three-year, $367,000 grant to continue research toward a cure for cancer more

    Pacific faculty can provide context and insight for news stories about the emerging international crisis more
    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
    Pacific students dig into research George Moscone ’53

    Pacific history and communication students are creating a mosaic of George Moscone's life and legacy for an upcoming documentary film more’53.html
    Pacific students give 60,000 hours to 20,000 in need

    Pacific students last year performed community service, provided health care and legal assistance, and raised money for charitable causes. more
    Pacific students take on River of Skulls for Army Corps of Engineers

    Students new to Pacific fixed benches, raked debris from trails and helped to repair a portion of the River of Skulls Nature Trail that was washed out over the past year.  more