Economics, International Studies major attends national student conference at West Point

By KAYLEE WEBSTER ’18 Major: Economics and International Affairs & Commerce Hometown: Pleasanton, CA During the first week in November, I attended the 2017 Student Conference on U.S. Affairs at the United States Military Academy at West Point in New York. The four-day conference facilitates interaction and constructive discussion between undergraduate students and West Point…

art car

Alumni support drives art car project

Art students at University of the Pacific will take their skills out for a spin this winter and design an art car. The artists will design, prep and paint a 1982 BMW 320, following the same road paved by celebrated artists such as Andy Warhol, Alexander Calder and Roy Lichtenstein.  Along the way, students will learn…

Proof rehearsal

“Proof” provides bridge between STEM and humanities

By KAYLEE WEBSTER The theatre arts department production “Proof” opened Friday, Oct. 27 and prior to the show the cast was buzzing with excitement. “Proof,” a 2000 Pulitzer Prize and Tony award-winning play by the American playwright David Auburn, follows the story of Catherine played by Morgan Post, as she grapples with the death of…

Math and art combine in upcoming lecture

There is something about symmetry that fascinates many people. Art lovers can learn more about using math to achieve that perfect balance when Santa Clara University math professor Frank Farris discusses his artwork during a lecture Thursday at Pacific’s Jeannette Powell Art Center. “He’s a mathematician and an artist,” said Pacific math professor Chris Goff,…

Happy Halloween!

Hello COP Family! We just wanted to express our gratitude and say THANK YOU to everyone that donated candy and their time for our first Safe Trick or Treat event.  Thanks to you we had plenty of candy to give away!  The kids really enjoyed walking through the courtyard.  They received two treats!  A candy…