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Pacific in the Press | July 28, 2020

Jul 28, 2020

Quote of the Week


“By doing this concert, I feel a change will come as long as we stand united.”

Kaycee Clark ’21, The Record, July 24, 2020


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

Musicians at University of the Pacific help bring awareness to Black Lives Matter movement,” FOX 40 News, July 25, 2020: Pacific’s Conservatory of Music held a virtual concert to help bring awareness to the Black Lives Matter movement. Professor Patricia Grimm was interviewed for this story. (Story was also picked up MSN and Yahoo News).

Pacific to host virtual Black Lives Matter concert Friday,” The Record, July 24, 2020: Pacific will hold its second virtual Black Lives Matter Solidarity Concert to raise awareness and funds for organizations dedicated to supporting Black musicians, protesters and communities. Pacific student Kaycee Clark ’21, who will play “A Change is Gonna Come” on her clarinet, was interviewed for the story. “As sad as it is in our society today, we still need a change,” Clark said. “By doing this concert, I feel a change will come as long as we stand united. I feel this song inspires that.”

Pacific is hosting virtual black lives matter solidarity concert,” FOX 40, July 24, 2020: News segment promoting Pacific's second virtual Black Lives Matter Solidarity Concert to raise awareness and funds for organizations dedicated to supporting Black musicians, protesters and communities. The segment appeared on the 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. news.

Music has a unique way of bringing people together at Pacific,” KFBK Radio, July 23, 2020: Pacific student Kaycee Clark was interviewed to promote the Conservatory of Music’s second virtual Black Lives Matter Solidarity Concert.

Damon Stoudamire signs contract extension at Pacific,” The Record, July 22, 2020: Pacific's men’s basketball head coach Damon Stoudamire received a contract extension through the 2025–26 season. “I am excited to know I’ll be in Stockton for another six years,” said Stoudamire. “As we head into a new era of leadership under Chris Callahan and Janet Lucas, I look forward to continuing to develop young men in not only the game of basketball, but life as well.”

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