Monthly Archives: April 2019

An older life in green

by cheri As we age, we appreciate the beauty of a walk up the road. Now, however, we look for shady spots to rest awhile, out of the sun. There by the side, sweet grass grows, which in our youth, … Continue reading

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What the University of the Pacific needs in a new president

by Cherylann Block Sabraw (School of Education, 1972) Although I broke my father’s heart when I transferred from USC to the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California, my decision to attend this small liberal arts gem in California’s Central … Continue reading

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Finding meaning

by cheri sabraw My sister and I are avowed bird and bunny watchers. Instead of hashing over how miserable we are about the socialism creep (verb or noun depending on your perspective) or about Theresa May’s crippling act of personal … Continue reading

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