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    Pacific Review fall 2014

    Pacific Review Fall 2014

    Volume 100 | No. 3

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    In this issue: Law students at McGeorge School of Law get four new laws on the books through their work in a new Legislative and Public Policy Clinic, the Chan family's recent gift brings lasting impact to students and the campus, and Pacific's oldest alumnus, George Knoles, makes a significant gift to an endowed scholarship just days before his death.

    Featured Stories

    McGeorge students and faculty at the CapitolLaw Students & Lawmakers

    Four student-driven bills developed in McGeorge's new Legislative and Public Policy Clinic have recently been signed by Gov. Jerry Brown.

    Web Extras
    Marisa Shea '14 talks about her revenge port bill in this Sacramento Bee op ed>>
     Capital Public Radio's Beth Ruyak interviews McGeorge professor and students about the challenges of lawmaking on a recent Insight program>>
     KCRA 3 reports on Background Check Bill created by McGeorge law students>>

    The Chan Family

    Celebrating the Chan Family's Leadership and Legacy

    Pharmacists Tony and Virginia Chan, both '77, and their children, Jonathan '09 and Megan '13, make a generous gift that will benefit students at the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences for generations to come.

    George Knoles '28, '30

    Oldest Alumnus Supports Students in His Last Act

    George Knoles '28, '30, an esteemed historian whose family played a pivotal role in Pacific's past, contributed to future students' success by making a gift just days before his death at age 107.

    Web Extras  
    May 2012 Palo Alto Weekly interview with George Knoles at 105>>

    Web Extras

     Photos and Social Media

     Learn more about the Campaign for Pacific Dugoni>>
     Learn more about San Francisco campus clinics>>
    Pacific launches first Bay Area Music Therapy program>>
    Former Tiger tennis ace helps celebrate new tennis complex>>
    Byron Meth '15 wins U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship full story>> 
    Check out media coverage of Dr. William Stringfellow's  research on fracking in Newsweek, Scientific AmericanPopular Mechanics, Science 2.0.

      Homecoming 2014
    The 30-day Instagram challenge>>
    Fun with the Back-to-School photobooth>>