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    Book and music gifts from Pacific authors and musicians

    These new titles by authors with University of the Pacific ties will appeal to the foodies, political junkies and biography lovers on your list more

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    Dreams rise from the ashes for Pacific student Daniel Gonzalez

    Pacific’s Community Involvement Program gave Gonzalez renewed hope for a college education after his family experienced tragic loss. more

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    Edith Sparks appointed vice provost for Undergraduate Education

    Provost Maria Pallavicini is pleased to announce that Pacific history department chair Edith (Edie) Sparks has been appointed as the new vice provost for Undergraduate Education. She will begin her appointment August 14, 2017. more

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    Faculty Honored for Excellence and Dedication

    Dr. Macelle Mahala, Theater Arts, and Dr. Caroline Cox, History, have been recognized for their commitment and scholarship. more

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    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

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    History major excavates career path with help from Pacific Fund grant

    Pacific history major Samantha Martinez ’15 loved the Jurassic Park and Lara Croft movies as a child and dreamed of digging up dinosaur bones. more

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    University of the Pacific faculty members are available to comment on topics related to the protests in Hong Kong more

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    John Muir legacy lives strong at Pacific

    A connection to John Muir runs deep at University of the Pacific – blood and books deep. more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x68683.html
    New book explores genocide by starvation in Nazi Germany

    Millions of Soviet soldiers in German captivity died of hunger during World War II - but their deaths were not the unexpected consequence of a war that took longer than anticipated, argues Gesine Gerhard, professor of history at University of the Pacific. more

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