UC Berkeley Law dean gives talk on free speech on campuses

Pacific Legal Scholars hosted UC Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky who spoke on Pacific’s Stockton campus March 22, 2018 about free speech on college campuses. Chemerinsky’s message was that the Constitution requires that campuses allow even offensive and hateful speech. “Ultimately, we’re better off letting all the ideas and views be expressed than letting government officials…

X-Boundaries: Human-Machine Interface

Artificial intelligence is developing at an astounding rate. What does emerging automation technology mean for you — your work, your relationships and your lifestyle? Join our panel discussion Thursday, March 1 as we talk about artificial intelligence, automation and the human condition. Featured panelists: James Hetrick, Data Science Ray Rennard, Philosophy Jeffrey Michael, Center for…

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,…

New Pacific faculty art exhibit opens

Reynolds Gallery is pleased to announce Through Lines, the second exhibition of the 2017-2018 season opening Monday, Oct. 2, 2017. A public reception is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 5 from 6 – 8 p.m. An art and graphic design faculty exhibition, Through Lines, explores the artistic evolution of 11 participating artists. Each is represented by three works from undergraduate, graduate student…