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    Media X graduate shares pandemic impact through his lens

    Media X graduate Jon Sosidka discovered his passion for filmmaking at Pacific and used his skills to help his hometown during the pandemic. more

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2020/june-2020/media-x-graduate-shares-pandemic-impact-through-his-lens.html
    Experiential learning opportunities lay foundation for double major’s global career plans

    Samantha Johnston’s goal is to work in nonprofit international development, and her four years at University of the Pacific have laid an excellent foundation for work on the global stage. more

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2020/june-2020/experiential-learning-opportunities-lay-foundation-for-double-majors-global-career-plans.html
    International relations graduate bound for Harvard

    Christina Bouri ’20 explored her deeply personal, lifelong interest in the Middle East at Pacific. That experience and the support she received from professors made it possible for her to move on to the world’s top graduate program in Middle Eastern studies at Harvard University this fall.  more

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2020/may-2020/international-relations-graduate-bound-for-harvard.html
    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

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2020/april-2020/an-open-letter-to-graduating-seniors.html
    Pacific students spend alternative spring break in service to others

    The suspension of international travel over spring break due to the threat of COVID-19 didn’t stop a team of Pacific students from traveling to San Diego for a week of faith, fellowship and community service. more

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2020/april-2020/pacific-students-spend-alternative-spring-break-in-service-to-others.html
    Five Pacific students receive prestigious scholarships

    Five Pacific students have received scholarships to continue their studies either in the United States or abroad. more

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2019/june-2019/may-2019/five-pacific-students-receive-prestigious-scholarships.html
    Alumna creates COP's first Hispanic scholarship

    Mary Ann Gomez Orta and her husband, Carlos, are taking aim at a problem that faces many university students in their last two years of college: dwindling financial aid. more

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2018/november-2018/alumna-creates-cops-first-hispanic-scholarship.html
    Vietnam veteran discovers it's not too late to learn

    Vietnam veteran John Hinkel's return to school began as a way to make up for mistakes in his past and to see what kind of student he could become. more

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2018/november-2018/vietnam-veteran-discovers-its-not-too-late-to-learn.html
    New York Times chairman speaks about truth, media and democracy

    Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr. brought his defense of journalism to Pacific, Oct. 26, in a talk entitled “The Impact of Media and Truth on Democracy.” more

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2018/november-2018/new-york-times-chairman-speaks-about-truth-media-and-democracy.html