Mar 2, 2021
To a Cat Sitting in the Sun
By: Liliana López

The past week and a half have been…stressful. I feel like time and time again I’ve forgotten something, or I’ve not been as successful as I could’ve been. Maybe it’s the Zoom fatigue. Or maybe it’s the vague sensation of…
Feb 13, 2021
Featured: Anna’s Army
By: Jasmin Prasad 

Stories of true strength and resilience often seem to be told about fictional people in faraway lands, removed from the person reading about them. Because they are fictional, their inspirational messages creates a…
Feb 13, 2021
On finding roses in winter
By: Liliana López

The Pacifican’s Editor Liliana López writes about her time on campus during the pandemic. 


There is something to be said for a great machine that does self maintenance, keeps itself well oiled, and has no quibbles…
Jan 24, 2021
Feature: Pacific Student Designs Website for Law Fraternity
By: Jane Hwang

In December of 2020, Brenna Myers, Political Science, ‘23, decided to make a new website for Phi Alpha Delta (PAD), a law fraternity at the university, because she believed that it would be an asset and a fresh start for…
Jan 18, 2021
The Struggles of Class Registration During a Pandemic
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…