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    Students invent low-cost device to screen for hearing loss

    A device developed by Pacific students to provide low-cost hearing screenings is in the running for a $10,000 prize in a national competition more

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2019/april-2019/2016/may-aug-2016/students-invent-low-cost-device-to-screen-for-hearing-loss.html
    Fifth candidate joins April 25 debate in race to replace Sen. Barbara Boxer

    A fifth candidate for outgoing Sen. Barbara Boxer’s seat has joined the U.S. Senate debate that will take place at University of the Pacific on Monday, April 25. more

    https://www.pacific.edu/2016-us-senate-debate/press-releases/fifth-candidate-joins-april-25-debate-in-race-to-replace-sen-barbara-boxer.html
    Is it really give and take? New research examines how young people talk about oral sex

    New research conducted by Pacific sociologist Ruth Lewis finds that, when it comes to oral sex, disparities persist – and young men and women tend to gloss over these gender inequalities. more

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2019/april-2019/2016/april-2016/new-research-examines-how-young-people-talk-about-oral-sex.html