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    Pacific will launch an exciting and robust schedule with more than 200 weekly signature events this fall semester that will explore some of today’s most important issues from social justice, to the 2020 presidential election, COVID-19, culture, careers and more. more
    Pacific veterans coordinator hones storytelling in Media X

    Stan Rapada, 69, is the military and veterans support coordinator for the Pacific Military and Veteran Student Center. He also is one term from earning his bachelor’s degree in English and a Media X student. more

    Yesterday, the executive director of the Sierra Club criticized and distanced the environmental organization from its founder, John Muir, who made deeply disturbing and racist comments about Native Americans, African Americans and others. more

    University of the Pacific joins immigration lawsuit against federal government. The suit seeks to prevent international students from being forced to leave U.S. if their schools operate entirely online. more
    Gladys Hanna, alumna and granddaughter-in-law of John Muir, passed away June 13

    Gladys (Stoeven) Hanna ’47, alumna and granddaughter-in-law of renowned naturalist John Muir, died June 13. She was 94. more

    Pacific’s Open Educational Resources (OER) program continues to save students money on the cost of textbooks. The total savings for the previous three academic years (2017-2020) is $442,000.  more
    Pacific alumnus recognized for construction innovation

    Chris Madill ’90 takes immense pride in the construction projects he leads on his alma mater’s campuses. The building industry has taken note of his work. Madill, director of planning and construction management at Pacific, is featured in American Builders Quarterly. more

    Pacific Technology is pleased to announce after-hours Helpdesk support for students, faculty and staff on the Sacramento and Stockton campuses via a third-party service provider.  more