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University of the Pacific

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  • Q&A: Negotiation can be learned, expert says

    Q&A: Negotiation can be learned, expert says
    Being a good negotiator isn't a skill reserved just for corporate CEOs and United Nations diplomats. It's an everyday tool useful for all of us, whether we're asking for a raise, interviewing for a job, buying a car, deciding on family vacations, even...
  • Long-Running Music Event Moves from Stockton to Sacramento

    Long-Running Music Event Moves from Stockton to Sacramento
    The "Moonlight Classic," touted as one of the longest continuously running drum and bugle corps events in the country is moving from Stockton to Sacramento. Previously held at the A.A. Stagg Memorial Stadium on Stockton’s University of the...
  • Two UOP Students Arrested for Sexual Assault Charges

    Two University of the Pacific Stockton campus students are under arrest on suspicion of sexual assault after an incident early Friday night. A woman called police around 3:45 a.m. Friday to report she was the victim of a sexual assault at an apartment on...
  • Assembly panel rejects Brown's cuts in college aid

     
    An Assembly subcommittee on Wednesday rejected Gov. Jerry Brown's plan to trim state-funded college scholarships known as CalGrants, two days after thousands protested budget cuts at the Capitol. Students packed the hearing in opposition to the cuts,...
  • California Death Penalty Future in Doubt after Court Ruling

    California Death Penalty Future in Doubt after Court Ruling
    A Marin County Superior Court judge has finalized a ruling that California's lethal injection protocol for executions is invalid.  That protocol was developed after a federal judge stopped all executions until an approved procedure was adopted. The...
  • Swine flu doesn't scare Vice President Joe Biden's son

    When Vice President Joe Biden said he would advise his own family not to travel during the swine-flu outbreak, the nation's tourism industry got in a huff. Well, maybe Big Tourism will find some consolation in knowing that even Biden's own son didn't...