Apr 21, 2021
Khloe K’s Leaked Photos: A Take on Fame, Body Positivity, and Public Image
By: Isabel Acevedo

On April 7th 2020, an unedited photo of Khloe Kardashian was released on the Internet, showing
her body in a swimsuit. Shortly afterwards, her team took down the photo from Instagram
accounts that had reposted the…
Apr 15, 2021
Pacific Should Enforce Mask Mandate for Fall 2021

By: Angelique Doty
Wearing masks is the firepit of global controversy for over a year, stirring up issues with
political freedoms versus scientific fact. Pacific prioritizing students’ and faculty safety reassures
the high number of…
Apr 15, 2021
Review: The Yellow Wallpaper
By: Isabel Icevedo

On March 20 th through the 30th, Kevin Pontuti, professor, and director of the Media X program
at the University of the Pacific, debuted his first full-length movie, The Yellow Wallpaper, at the
Cinequest Film Festival…
Mar 30, 2021
Stockton’s UBI: The Progress Achieved When the Poor are not Criminalized
By: Jasmin Prasad 

Imagine being able to breathe after years of disparity: with no help from those in your community who would otherwise criminalize you for nothing other than your socioeconomic status. This is unfortunately the…
Mar 28, 2021
Recalling Gavin Newsom
By: Isabel Acevedo 

On March 19, 2021, almost two million signatures were turned in aiming to recall the 40th Governor of California, Gavin Newsom. If the recall process continues, Californians will then decide in a matter of months…