Skip to content
Home » All Posts » 6 questions with sociology grad Michelle Prince

6 questions with sociology grad Michelle Prince

Michelle Prince is a Stockton native and University of the Pacific has always been a part of her community. She was drawn to the campus as a child. During her time studying sociology at Pacific, she became a team leader working on building more inclusive and environmentally conscious communities. She now works for the California Department of Housing and Community Development, working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through housing and transportation developments. 

What is your favorite memory of Pacific? 

Tea at the WRC — weekly tea and biscuits get-togethers at the Women’s Resource Center on campus. 

What is your favorite place on campus? 

The Robb Garden by the psychology building. It’s beautiful and very tranquil. 

What is your favorite restaurant in Stockton? 

I am a Stockton native so it’s hard to choose one restaurant. I have three: Mama’s Phở & Sandwiches on Lower Sacramento Road, Cast Iron Trading Company in downtown and the Kebab & Gyro House in downtown. 

What was your favorite thing to do after class? 

Multi-cultural potlucks with the Interfaith Council at the Religious Studies Center. 

If there was one thing about Pacific that you would never want to change, what would it be? 

The architecture and how cozy the campus feels, like a home away from home. 

What is your favorite thing about Stockton? 

It is in the center of everything. It’s easy to get to many interesting places.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *