By: Amnesty Club
By: Jasmin Prasad
By: Isabel Acevedo
By Liliana López
A disagreement over a portion of the financial budget that has to do with funding a wall between the United States and Mexico has caused severe gridlock in the White House leading to a government shutdown. As a result, federal employees have been working without pay for almost a month now.
“You can have your own opinions, not your own facts” - Thomas Jefferson. This seems to be the paragonal line to describe the last two years of President Trump’s administration.
This year’s ASUOP elections took on a new meaning to students in the wake of student advocacy movements in support of greater transparency within university administration.
By UoP Film Club In our first official article, the UOP Film Club would like to announce our personal nominations for the 2018 film year! In what has been an astounding year for film, it takes a lot to make the impact these movies had on us members.
Many recognize that unemployment can be a significant threat to recent college graduates, however, underemployment often poses a problem as well.
In the wake of recent sexual assault allegations within the Pacific community, attention has been brought to the Title IX sexual misconduct services offered on campus.