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Pacific in the Press | Dec. 4, 2018

Dec 4, 2018

Quote of the Week

"Like life, you don't know who you're going to be born into, so it's the luck of the draw."

Laurie Lichter-Heath, Capital Public Radio News, Nov. 28, 2018

Examples of how University of the Pacific was represented in the news media in recent days:

"Stockton 'Hunger Banquet' Highlights Scope Of World Poverty,"
Capital Public Radio News, Nov. 28, 2018: Eberhardt's Laurie Lichter-Heath was mentioned in this story about Pacific's Hunger Banquet, which Lichter-Heath coordinated. "Ten percent of the world is in the high income, and 20 percent are in middle income, and 70 percent are low income and don't know where their next meal is going to come from," she told Capital Public Radio. "Like life, you don't know who you're going to be born into, so it's the luck of the draw and they will also be given the life, a name of a person and you'll be a sheepherder." The Record also printed a photo package of the event.

"From the editor: For photographer Clifford Oto, Help-Portrait event is all about the subject," The Record, Dec. 3, 2018: Pacific student Shumesa Mohsin and Engineering's Meghan Camino were mentioned in this story about helping out during the annual Help Portrait, part of a global volunteer effort to help those in homeless shelters receive a holiday portrait. The photoshoot was at the Stockton Shelter for the Homeless.

"University Of The Pacific Helps Medicare Users Save On Drug Costs," Capital Public Radio's "Insight with Beth Ruyak," Nov. 28, 2018: The Capital Public Radio morning talk show rebroadcast an earlier segment on the Medicare Part D clinics by Pacific student-pharmacists. That was shared by California Healthline: "University Program Helps Connect Pharmacy Students With Seniors Who Need Help With Medicare Enrollment," California Healthline, Nov. 30, 2018

"Data era changes approach to fighting fires," The Record via AI blog, Nov. 19, 2018: A story quoting Rick Hutley on the use of data science in predicting the probability of wildfire was shared via this blog.

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