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University of the Pacific community members continue to support one another and the community during the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Have some good news to share? Submit a story idea.

Calliope“Calliope” celebrates half-century of showcasing student art and literature

University of the Pacific’s student-run literary and arts magazine, “Calliope,” marked its 50th anniversary this spring by overcoming social-distancing challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic to produce its first all-digital edition.

Arthur A. DugoniPacific legend Dr. Arthur A. Dugoni enjoys a festive 95th birthday

Dr. Arthur A. Dugoni, one of the true icons in University of the Pacific history, celebrated his 95th birthday with family, friends and colleagues.

Black Lives Matter concertStudent-run virtual concert supports Black Lives Matters

In solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, a group of student leaders from University of the Pacific music fraternities, student-run ensembles and the Conservatory of Music Student Senate organized a virtual concert on June 25.

K-12 school leaders weigh challenges at Pacific’s Beyond Our Gates forum 
School superintendents from San Joaquin County are facing perhaps the most daunting decisions of their careers. They discussed the challenges and uncertainties during a virtual forum sponsored by University of the Pacific’s Beyond Our Gates Community Council. Learn more >

Pacific’s Volunteer Center offers variety of July events 
The Pacific Volunteer Center has an active July planned, including hosting how-to events, all via Instagram Live. Learn more >

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