College of the Pacific is introducing a new Religious Studies course on the Islamic Religion. The course encourages students to think empathetically but critically about Islam and Muslims while also gaining a robust historical perspective that can help clarify many aspects of the contemporary debates on religion.
Director of Forensics, Steven Kalani Farias, weighs in on who won the first 2016 Presidential Debate.
Applied mathematics and mathematical economics major David Agorastos interned at the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) in Washington DC this summer.
Ken Albala, chair of the Food Studies program, shares his recipe for Uyghur Laghman from his upcoming book on noodle soup.
Welcome to College of the Pacific’s newest faculty!
University of the Pacific has deep ties to the Father of the National Parks, John Muir. It is home to John Muir’s papers, the John Muir Center, and a class dedicated to the environmentalist.
John Orofino ’09, will embark on a bike ride along California’s Highway 1 to raise money and awareness for cancer research.