University of the Pacific
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3601 Pacific Ave
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University of the Pacific
University of the Pacific's Sacramento Campus is an interdisciplinary center offering exciting graduate and professional programs at the intersection of law, policy, business, analytics and health.
An American gastropub in the Lower East Side
Spitzers Corner is an American gastropub serving the highest quality pub fare. We also offer 40 world class beers on tapwith many more in bottlesand excellent wines by the glass.
"Old Time Radio"
Historian Paul Helman will speak about the creation and development of radio, the first broadcast stations and the establishment of nationwide radio networks (NBC, CBS and ABC).
Enjoy the experience of past family Sunday afternoons when all would gather in the front room and listen to Jack Benny and the Adventures of the Green Hornet, and wonder if Fibber McGee was really going to open the closet again.
USTA Stockton Challenger Pro Circuit Tennis Tournament
For the third year in a row, University of the Pacific will host the United States Tennis Association (USTA) women’s $60,000 Stockton Challenger. The event will take place at the newly constructed Eve Zimmerman Tennis Center from July 16-23
The Stockton Challenger was selected to be part of the US Open Wild Card Challenge, which utilizes hard-court pro tournaments to award wild cards into the US Open for American players.
The Stockton Challenger is part of the 43 stop USTA Pro Circuit and…
DeltaFusion 2017: "All Around the Table"
DeltaFusion is back for its seventh year! The theme for 2017 is “All Around the Table,” and we will continue celebrating the riches of the Delta and the diverse people who have made Stockton their home. This year we honor the stories of community members Elena Mangahas, Val Acoba, and Jennifer Torres-Siders, and have fun with the story of Rice from planting through harvest
As a change this year, the DeltaFusion pageant will perform on the Stockton Campus of University of the Pacific…
Simons Signs Pro Contract With Frankston Blues In Australia
STOCKTON, Calif. - Pacific women's basketball graduate Emily Simons has signed to play professionally in her native Australia. Simons will join the Frankston Blues of the Southeast Australian Basketball League for the upcoming season
Simons, who came to Pacific from Doncaster, Australia, will be joining a team just 32 miles from her hometown before the Blues' June 22nd game against the Canberra Capitals
In her four…
Eddie Macon, first African-American to play for the Bears, dies at 90
Eddie Macon, who in 1952 became the first black player in Chicago Bears history, has died. He was 90. Born in 1927, Macon joined the Army as soon as he turned 18, just as World War II was ending, and was stationed in Japan for seven months. When he returned home he enrolled at the…
Studying the world of ants in your backyard
The Department of Biological Sciences is offering a new opportunity for the local community to get involved in science. Backyard ANTology, a citizen-science program, was initiated by Assistant Prof…
A Community of Success
For nearly 50 years, Pacific's Community Involvement Program has been a model of success helping first-generation, low-income students from the Stockton community achieve their dreams while giving back
The Science Behind Music Therapy
How can music be used to treat cancer patients, infants and those in the emergency room? Students from the University of the Pacific’s music therapy program join professor Eric Waldon to explain how sound is saving lives.
Cooking With The Bard: Sussing Out Shakespeare
An articke by Anne Bramley commemorating the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death posted on npr.org April 20, 2016 For more than 400 years, Shakespeare’s audiences have devo…
Men's Baseball vs University of Portland
Pacific welcomes Portland to Klein in the final weekend home series of the season. Game one is set for 6 p.m. on Friday, with game two also scheduled for 6 p.m., on Saturday. The Tigers will hold Senior Night festivities on Saturday, with post game Fireworks after the ballgame. On Sunday, first pitch has been moved to a noon start
The Pilots are 8-30-1 overall and 4-14 in the West Coast Conference. Portland will send RHP Tate Budnick (1-8, 5.07 ERA) to the…
Film "Patriots Day"
The story of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and the aftermath, which includes the city-wide manhunt to find the terrorists responsible.
Resident Artist Series
Igor Veligan, violin; Sonia Leong, piano; and Susan Lamb Cook, cello
Performing works by Haydn, Dvorak, and Babajanian.
Students Fight Back!
The Women's Resource Center and our Student-2-Student Healthy Relationships Peer Education Program is excited to bring Students Fight Back! to our campus as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month
The program is 75 minutes + Q&A and includes these key components
-Using your intuition
-Safety tips – awareness, eye contact, verbal boundaries
-How to be an active bystander and a good ally
-The definition of consent…
Holocaust Remembrance Service
Join the Pacific Hillel Jewish Student Group and Religious and Spiritual Life as we remember and honor all of the victims of the Nazi era through prayer, song, and a candle lighting at the Holocaust Remembrance Service .
Holocaust survivor, Mitka Kalinski, will be the Special Guest speaker and share his story of struggle, loss, and survival.
This is a free event and open to the public.
Sponsored by the Pacific Arts and Lectures Committee.
Men's Baseball vs Sacramento State
The Pacific baseball team plays host to Sacramento State Tuesday before a three-game WCC series at home against Portland opening Friday. The Tigers' four home games this week will leave them with nine of the last 11 games on the road in 2017
Pacific steps out of West Coast Conference play to face Sacramento State at 6 p.m. on Taco Tuesday. The concession stand at Klein Family Field will feature two dollar tacos.
The Tigers will look to keep a stellar record at…
Take Back the Night
Take Back the Night is an annual march and rally to raise awareness about sexual violence and support for survivors. The march will begin at 7pm outside of the University Bookstore, ending with a rally at 8pm in the Regents Room where we will meet key partners from our campus community and hear stories from survivors
This event is free and open to anyone who wants to help end sexual violence on our campus and in our communities.
This event is part of…
Morris Chapel 75th Anniversary Open House
Help celebrate the 75th anniversary of this iconic place that has played a role in the lives of so many from the Pacific and the greater Stockton community.
All are welcome to visit Morris Chapel on Saturday, April 22 from 1 - 5 p.m. for an open house gathering. Come share with others how the beautiful Morris Chapel has impacted your life.
John Muir Garden Birthday Party
A celebration of John Muir and the Robb Garden with music, spoken word, and refreshments.
This event is part of University of the Pacific's Sustainability Month. Co-sponsored by Sustaining Pacific and the Pacific Garden Program.
Women's Water Polo at Fresno Pacific
The No. 10 Pacific women's water polo team faces Fresno Pacific on the road and Santa Clara at home on Senior Day in the final week of the Golden Coast Conference regular season
The Tigers will travel to Fresno Pacific for a 6 p.m. GCC match-up on the road Thursday. Pacific is 15-8 overall and 4-1 in GCC play headed into the final weekend of the regular season.
The Tigers were ranked number 10 in the CWPA Top 25 released April 12. The…
A Workshop with Regent Janet Y. Spears
Regent Spears will be talking about using an engineering degree to lead in the workplace.
She is a Pacific alumna with a BS in Electrical Engineering and was named distinguished alumna of Pacific's School of Engineering and Computer Science in 2012. She is currently the Executive Director for Metta Fund.
History of the San Francisco Giants
The Turbulent History of the San Francisco Giants.
Robert Garrett, University of Puget Sound, will be speaking about his new book, Home Team: The Turbulent History of the San Francisco Giants.
Copies of the book will be available for sale and signing by the author.
Garrett used former Mayor of San Francisco George Moscone's Collection in Pacific’s library as part of his research for the book.
Office of the Registrar
University of the Pacific Office of the Registrar. You will find links to the academic calendar, schedule of classes, grading and graduation information, including how to sign up for classes online and learn about transferring to Pacific.
7th Annual Green Fashion Show
The Green Fashion Show is a FREE show where student, staff, faculty, and community members have the opportunity to create and showcase sustainable fashion designs. Pieces are made from recycled and repurposed materials leading to stunning outfits such as an origami dress or a dress made of newspapers. Come watch these stunning sustainable pieces make it down the runway! There will be music, games, and booths…
Goodlife Pharmacomm Merger Celebration and Product Launch!
The Department of Theatre Arts presents, Goodlife Pharmacomm Merger Celebration and Product Launch! written by Sheila Regan, directed by Macelle Mahala
Friday, March 31 at 8-9 p.m
Saturday, April 1 at 8-9 p.m.
Sunday, April 2 at 2- 3- p.m.
Following the April 2 performance, there will be a panel discussion with playwrite Sheila Ragan "Science Fiction and the Performative Imaginary." this performance is a “Pay-as-you-wish”…
Morris Chapel 75th Anniversary Celebration Service
Help celebrate the 75th anniversary of this iconic place that has played a role in the lives of so many from the Pacific and the greater Stockton community
Join President Pamela Eibeck and honored guest speakers at this celebratory service in Morris Chapel. We will gather and commemorate the events from the past and present as we joyfully look with great expectation toward future opportunities of…
2nd Annual Queer Drag Coffee House
There will be tons of fun including complimentary appetizers and sweets, a rainbow coffee and hot cocoa bar, a cash bar with beer and wine, a photo booth, a DJ, queer art displayed around the room, musical performances, drag performances, a raffle, and more!
One heart, Two Compartments: Christianity and Islam
As part of Better Together Week, Religious and Spiritual Life and the Interfaith Council invite you to a special guest lecture with Br. Mike Minton and Dr. Nazeer Ahmed
Come hear about their experience working and serving with persons from different faith identities
Prof. Dr. Nazeer Ahmed is a Indian-American scholar, inventor, historian and legislator. He is the director of the American Institute of Islamic History…
"The Index of Public Tastes: Reading Supermarket Shelves" Food Studies Saturday Seminar
FREE monthly Saturday Seminars inspired by our Master of Arts in Food Studies program on the San Francisco Campus are open to students, the Pacific community and the public
"THE INDEX OF PUBLIC TASTES: READING SUPERMARKET SHELVES" with Tom Hertweck, University of Nevada, Reno
Supermarkets aren't just the most popular spaces in which consumers can gather food, they are also massive archives of eaters' desires and…
Morning Prayer: in the Christian Tradition
A Christian prayer service for students, faculty and staff. The service follows a traditional morning prayer booklet and also includes readings, music and a short reflection. Plan to stay for a (free) light breakfast after the prayer service for community and conversation.
Holy Communion is offered at Morning Prayer the first Tuesday of every month.