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Curiosity never stops: OLLI quickly adapts to transition to remote learning
4/29/20

Curiosity never stops: OLLI quickly adapts to transition to remote learning

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at University of the Pacific has adapted to the realities of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic by continuing to serve its mostly 50-year-old-plus members with a toned-down but significant array of online learning opportunities. more

Pacific tennis player handles 2 a.m. classes — from South Korea
4/29/20

Pacific tennis player handles 2 a.m. classes — from South Korea

Dohee Lee ’21 is doing her distance learning from South Korea, where her family now lives.  more

4/28/20

Pacific in the Press | April 28, 2020

Examples of how University of the Pacific was represented in the news media in recent days: more

An open letter to graduating seniors
4/27/20

An open letter to graduating seniors

If I had known my last day on campus was going to be the day before spring break, I would have made the most of it.  more

Student art exhibit shows passion, feelings in online setting
4/24/20

Student art exhibit shows passion, feelings in online setting

Browse the online exhibition to view works of art that reflect students' experiences, fears, stress, coping mechanisms and hope for the future amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. more

Legal Scholars Program helps psychology major discover new path to help others
4/24/20

Legal Scholars Program helps psychology major discover new path to help others

Justin Shindo ’20 was pursuing his passion for psychology when he found another passion during his freshman year at Pacific. more

4/24/20

Pacific leadership guides three-county effort to produce medical equipment

The collaboration led by Dr. Nabeel Cajee, a graduate of the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, has picked up considerable momentum in working on a request to produce 10,000 medical face shields for use in San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Merced counties in battling the coronavirus pandemic. more

McGeorge student helps coordinate COVID-19 resources in Yuba, Sutter counties
4/24/20

McGeorge student helps coordinate COVID-19 resources in Yuba, Sutter counties

Curtis Vandermolen is finishing his JD studies at University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law, running a business consulting firm with his wife and taking time to help make sure medical equipment gets to front-line health care workers during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. more

Pacific police chief: Think of others and be ‘heroic’
4/23/20

Pacific police chief: Think of others and be ‘heroic’

University of the Pacific police chief: Think of others and be ‘heroic.’ more

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