By: Jasmin Prasad In an unexpected turn of events, the Stockton mayoral election has been called for Kevin Lincoln. This comes as a large surprise to Stockton residents — former Mayor Tubbs has gone leaps and bounds for the Stockton…

By: Jane Hwang and Liliana Lopez During the fall semester, both students and professors became increasingly aware of Zoom fatigue, and of how damaging a packed online schedule can be. They have tried to space out synchronous activities…

By: Amnesty Club He is the “uterus collector” who is “taking everybody’s stuff out,” says Dawn Wooten, a nurse who blew the whistle​ on the existence and extent of the hysterectomies and other nonconsensual gynecological procedures…

By: Angelique Doty From Monday, November 9 through Friday, November 13, Pacific’s Media X Department organized student participation in an online event, the American Film Market. Normally this event would cost $245 per attendee, but the…

Jan 18, 2021 UNIVERSITY
Pacific Opens New Health Programs

By: Angel Zhong and Chelsea Igtanloc Recently, Pacific has been building upon its reputation for excellence in healthcare education by providing more pathways for students interested in entering health and health-adjacent fields. Two…

By: Jasmin Prasad If you’ve ever been downing some Red Bull well into the night while listening to the sounds of your computer heaving noises, then you know what it’s like to run “Labster” on your laptop. The comical simulations coupled…

By: Angel Zhong Since the ratification of the 26th Amendment, which lowered the voting age to 18, youth voter turnout has been the lowest relative to other electoral age groups. In addition, many young voters report feeling socially…

By: Ramneet Jande Across the world law enforcement agencies are created in order to protect their citizens, to keep the peace of communities, and to apprehend criminals to be tried in court. They are an extension of the justice system…

Jan 18, 2021 LIFESTYLE/WELLNESS
Among Pacific

By: Jasmin Prasad Perhaps one of the few positive outcomes of the global pandemic has been the amount of time that individuals have been able to devote to new hobbies and interests. More specifically, to hobbies that they would have …

By: Angelique Doty From Sunday, September 20 to Wednesday, September 23, the Media X Department offered an opportunity for students to participate in the 42nd annual Independent Filmmaker Project Week, also known as IFP Week. This event…

By: Jane Hwang Holidays, for many, are often pleasant ways for people to gather with friends and family and make fun memories that will last a lifetime. However, due to COVID-19, celebrations are going to look a lot different this year,…

By: Isabel Acevedo After the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, on September 18th, 2020, a seat opened up on the Supreme Court. Republicans pushed for a nomination to take her place and soon President Trump produced…