Sacramento Professor Suggests Educators Be Passionate About TeachingBoth Joan Lin-Cereghino and her husband Geoff have been teaching as well as conducting research for the past fifteen years, and as a result, are piquing and cultivating the interest of graduate and undergraduate students in and around the Sacramento area.
UOP Investigating Sexual Assault Accusations Against Former Assistant CoachThe school says it’s launching a full investigation, but that both those involved claim it was all consensual.
Seattle Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll Deflects Deflategate Questions During UOP VisitHis message to do things right comes days after the NFL punished the Patriots for doing it wrong. Carroll sidestepped directly attacking the Patriots team that beat in in the Super Bowl.
UOP Frat House Evacuated After Electrical FireAn electrical problem forced the evacuation of a UOP fraternity house on Tuesday morning.
UOP Great, NFL Quarterback Eddie LeBaron Dies At Age 85College football Hall of Famer, former NFL quarterback and war hero Eddie LeBaron Jr. has died. He was 85.
Fight Rages Over Definition Of Tennessee Whiskey To many, Tennessee means whiskey. But inside the state, the question is: What does Tennessee whiskey mean?
UOP Student Survived Deadly Southern California Rampage After Being Hit By CarHis face bloodied, his body bruised and his legs broken, yet Nick Pasichuke gives a thumbs-up in a photo from his Santa Barbara hospital bed. He was run over on a street in Isla Vista on the night of a deadly rampage.
Bankrupt Stockton Defends Financial Plan In Court The largest city in California to file for bankruptcy protection is asking a judge Monday to approve its plan for reorganizing more than $900 million in long-term debt to rescue the city from two years of financial uncertainty.
Stockton Considering Expanding Shotspotter Gunshot Detection System TrialShotspotter pinpoints where a shooting happened through the use of sensors that detect when shots are fired.
UOP Graduate Defies Odds, Ready To Give Back To StocktonA UOP graduate never thought she’d get her degree. She went from being homeless to graduating, despite money and medical setbacks. Now she’s giving back.
UOP Fans Still Proud Of Their Men's Basketball Team Despite NCAA Tournament LossThe University of the Pacific Tigers fell to the University of Miami Friday in what was the last game for longtime Tigers Coach Bob Thomason, who ends his career with an appearance in the “big dance.”
UOP Head Coach Bob Thomason Discusses March Madness Preperation