Twelve new members of Pacific’s Phi Beta Kappa Society chapter were inducted May 12 at Raymond Great Hall. Another three members who were inducted in 2016 also received their pins at the ceremony. Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest and best-known academic society in the United States. It was founded in 1776 at William &…
To the casual reader, Maurice Sendak’s “In the Night Kitchen” is a surreal book about a little boy’s dreamy heroics in a kitchen, but to Food Studies student, Brandie Roberts, it’s an exploration of a range of issues from the immigrant experience to the Holocaust. Roberts, a first-year graduate student in the University of the Pacific’s…
English and philosophy double-major Myra Lakdawala recently set a new record in track and field for her home country of Pakistan.
University of the Pacific debaters Dallas Phillips ’18 and Paul Villa ’18 reached the semifinal round at the NPDA National Tournament, the furthest any Pacific team has advanced at the national tournament since it last won a national championship in 1964. The team’s collective performance placed Pacific firmly in third place at the NPDA tournament.
Pacific adjunct professor, Roger Putnam, recently worked with PBS to create a film on the natural history and granitic landscapes of El Capitan in Yosemite.
Meet the English majors who have been selected to present at the 2017 National Conference on Undergraduate Research.
Pacific’s speech and debate team has continued its long tradition of excellence after earning two number one national rankings from the National Parliamentary Debate Association.