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    A full listing of all news stories from November 2019 more

    Faculty and staff accomplishments and scholarly and artistic activity. more
    Can’t go to Italy? Bring Italy to Pacific

    Pacific students couldn't travel for Pacific's Summer Italian Immersion Program in Assisi so the program came to them via Zoom.  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
    Pacific graduate acquires multiple internships during pandemic

    Despite the challenges of the pandemic and record-high unemployment, Angela Salazar ’20 was able to get multiple internships after graduation.  more
    New Stockton chamber president credits Pacific education

    Chris Kay (’10 Communication) took over as president of the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce on July 1. Kay, who leads marketing and business development for Siegfried Engineering, also is the owner of Carter Imports in Stockton.  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
    “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.  more

    Faculty and staff accomplishments and scholarly and artistic activity. more
    Alumnus’ documentary chronicles the dangers of vaping

    Chris Schueler ’78 has produced a powerful documentary called “Vape.” He spoke about that work, and health issues involved with vaping, e-cigarettes and traditional cigarettes, during a recent virtual forum sponsored by the Pacific Alumni Association. more