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    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://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x126569.html

    Faculty and staff accomplishments and scholarly and artistic activity. more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x126554.html

    Pacific history Professor Ken Albala, who has been in demand from media outlets to talk about sourdough starters and bread baking, answers questions and share his “how-to” guide.  more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x126494.html
    History and international relations grad urges classmates to "Embrace tomorrow," remain positive

    After travelling the globe, Natalia Gevara ’20 offers words of encouragement to fellow graduates. more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x126427.html

    Faculty and staff accomplishments and scholarly and artistic activity. more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x126347.html

    Launched in November 2016, University of the Pacific’s Scholarly Commons has reached two milestones this month — 500,000 downloads and 50,000 items uploaded. more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x126346.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://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x126336.html
    Legal Scholars Program helps psychology major discover new path to help others

    Justin Shindo ’20 was pursuing his passion for psychology when he found another passion during his freshman year at Pacific. more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x126333.html
    X-Boundaries symposium examines entertainment industry's diversity gap

    The 2020 X-Boundaries symposium drew representatives from music and other media industries to discuss ways that women, minorities and members of the LGBTQ+ communities are often marginalized. more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x126237.html
    Sanji Muto Study Room transformed into digital museum to celebrate namesake, Japanese culture

    The renovated Sanji Muto Study Room, an interactive, digital museum, celebrates and pays homage to its namesake and his heritage. more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x126216.html