Diabetes clinic streamlines treatment

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Most people already know that diabetes forces people to adjust their eating habits. But how many know that on top of the high blood pressure and possible symptoms of increased hunger and thirst, diabetes can also lead to blindness? According … Continued

Civic engagement volunteer making change

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The Civic Engagement Center is making big strides to advance community involvement of the Pacific community and that is from the help of Kaely Summers, the Civic Engagement Coordinator. Summers is a Pacific graduate who came back to work in … Continued

Psychology doctorate students travel abroad

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Several students in the School of Professional Psychology’s doctoral program not only devote five years toward earning a clinical psychology degree, but work toward becoming fluent enough in Spanish to treat patients who prefer Spanish. The school offers classes to … Continued

Pacific demonstrates zero tolerance for discrimination

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At least four teenage suicide incidents in late September and October unleashed a whirlwind of national media coverage focusing on bullying based on teens’ perceived sexual orientation. One of the most widely reported suicide victims was Tyler Clementi, an 18-year-old … Continued

CGE co-chairs strive for equality

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Pacific’s Center for Gender Equity is responsible for planning a large number of the seminars, public speaking and entertainment events that have visited the campus over the years including the “Brown Bag Lunch Series,” and celebrity sex and relationship columnist. … Continued

University planning advising center

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Beginning in January, students will have another resource for advising questions.  The university is currently in the process of hiring a director to head a new advising center. According to Assistant Dean of Arts and Sciences Steve Smith, the advising … Continued

Sustainability minor proposed

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A sustainability minor could be going before faculty as soon as November. Art Professor Terry O’day, who has helped develop the minor, said it will focus on issues surrounding sustainability, including civic engagement, culture, the scientific aspects of sustainability and … Continued