Jan 8, 2021 WORLD
The John Muir Controversy

By: Ramneet Jande An important figure in California’s rich history, American conservationist John Muir is known for his activism to preserve the wildlife areas of the United States, especially his beloved Yosemite. With his detailed…

By: Jane Hwang Ever since the beginning of quarantine and online classes in Spring 2020, students and professors have been experiencing a new form of exhaustion known as Zoom fatigue. According to Dr. Marlene Maheu, Co-Founder and…

Jan 8, 2021 UNIVERSITY
The Pros of Online Education

By: Angelique Doty The world-wide pandemic has sparked global controversy over the way education is delivered for instructors to practice their expertise so students can gain the most knowledge and skills paid for by their tuition. The…

Jan 8, 2021 OPINION
AOC

By: Isabel Acevedo Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez, otherwise known as AOC, is a US representative for the 14th New York District. Recently, she had an encounter with Florida Representative Ted Yoho that involved a heated conversation about a…

By: Jasmin Prasad There is undoubtedly large amounts of tension brewing between the left and right — a result of a myriad of differing opinions on how to handle COVID-19 and all too common racial injustices. The stark dichotomy between…

By: Ramneet Jande In an unexpected turn in the United States presidential election, current president Donald Trump is refusing to concede to President Elect Joseph R. Biden. The 2020 United States presidential election has been highly…

By: Jane Hwang, Liliana Lopez Many groups of people from a variety of states often take action through the use of propositions, which are suggested pieces of legislation that go through a process of being examined then possibly being…

By: Chelsea Igtanloc With movements such as Black Lives Matter, March for Our Lives, and United We Dream, Generation- Z is at the front lines advocating for social change for racial injustices all across the country. And although it’s…

Jan 8, 2021
The New Normal

By: Alex Abbley By the time one reaches university, a student can feel like they have seen it all. The things we experience leading up to this level, such as figuring out how to calculate numbers or write elaborative essays have prepared…

By Liliana López Hello. I am Liliana, who’s last name is pronounceable. I am Liliana, your neighbor who’s nicely manicured lawn matches all the others in this white suburban neighborhood. Liliana, who’s parents are accent-less, tax-…

Dec 2, 2020 UNIVERSITY
Eibeck Retires

On the morning of January 24th, 2019, the news was shared that an era at University of the Pacific would becoming to an end as University President Pamela Eibeck announced that she would be retiring following the spring semester, with…

On Friday, April 19th, Pacific Tiger Broadcasting hosted UOP’s first annual “Pacific’s Got Talent” competition in the Lair. The talent competition was comprised of musicians, dancers, jugglers, comedy, and more who vied for the coveted…