Highlights

Closure

This semester has been an odd one, especially with most of us having returned to our homes and families to, quite literally,

Cleaned out by COVID

Nature’s reclaiming of public spaces in a quarantined world Living on-campus during the first few months of quarantine made me privy to

Binge-worthy

Hulu Edition For those who love to binge watch, it is common to get bored on one streaming service once you have

Stay fit while staying safe

How to stay in shape during the quarantine We are facing so many changes right now. Our current situation has left us

latest in News

Latest in Opinions

  • Default thumbnail

    Embracing true diversity is important, because this is how we make room for many different perspectives and approaches. This happens best in

    More

Latest in A&E

Binge-worthy

Hulu Edition For those who love to binge watch, it is common to get bored on one streaming service once you have

latest in athletics

  • The struggle of bringing the birdcage on the road Students at Fresno Pacific University as well as student athletes are being deprived

    More
  • Shoes aren’t just for kicks, they are a form of self-expression In the world of athletics, there has been a subculture that

    More

Highlights

Binge-Worthy

509 views

Looking for some binge-worthy movies to watch while stuck at home? There is no better time than now to sit back, relax, and enjoy some of you childhood favorites. Go to our latest story (link in bio) and read up on some of our favorite Disney+ movies!

Editor’s Note

187 views

The Syrinx will be making adjustments in publication In response to the recent changes on our campus due to COVID-19, The Syrinx will be making adjustments in publication.  The Syrinx will be temporarily suspending the use of print publication and moving to an entirely online platform. We will be producing new and exciting content that

Words for the Weary: Emotion

645 views

Engaging your emotions makes college a better experience In order for us to thrive in the college experience, we have to nurture a key facet of our human experience: emotion. What we feel is an important part of who we are. We are students, but this does not mean that we forfeit or misplace our

Campus nurse, on-site counseling among health services offered at FPU

720 views

The new nurse, Cheryl Nichols, and various on-site counselors are part of the physical and mental health services provided to students. Dale Scully, Vice President of Student Life, emphasized the availability of these services and stressed that students who want or need to see these staff members should feel free to do so.

Closure

344 views

This semester has been an odd one, especially with most of us having returned to our homes and families to, quite literally, sit out the coronavirus pandemic. As we approach the end of the semester, this oddness has, if anything, been more emphasized than ever before.  Rather than the usual last panic of finals, brief

Sharing the FPU spirit from a distance

607 views

Engaging and encouraging media by FPU students and faculty  This article is all about featuring some of the interesting projects Fresno Pacific students and faculty have been working on. Some of the projects we’ll talk about are done independently by FPU students to engage viewers or listeners in a discussion, while others are joint efforts

Quaranmeme: Top memes about being quarantined

1,242 views

Sheltering in place and remaining in quarantine at home is the new normal for most people in society. Due to this new lifestyle, our trendy culture has begun to create memes about being quarantined. Here are some of our favorite memes about being quarantined. Despite all these funny memes about being stuck at home in

Cleaned out by COVID

324 views

Nature’s reclaiming of public spaces in a quarantined world Living on-campus during the first few months of quarantine made me privy to an experience that others like me may find familiar: walking through the coffee shop, the green, and the forest and seeing no one there. I imagine that this is a far from uncommon

How to get through a birthday in quarantine

329 views

Party for one, anyone? While we are all struggling to cope with our new virtual reality, for those who are trying to celebrate their birthdays, it can be a bit of a struggle. Although it is easy to pinpoint everything you are missing out on this birthday, it is best to find the positive and

Binge-worthy

366 views

Hulu Edition For those who love to binge watch, it is common to get bored on one streaming service once you have seen everything and move on to the next. However, there are people who do not have access to the other streaming services we have written about. Therefore, we thought we would share our

Stay fit while staying safe

351 views

How to stay in shape during the quarantine We are facing so many changes right now. Our current situation has left us unable to leave our homes unless we need essential services. This poses concerns for our health and well-being because we aren’t able to stay as active as we may have been before. Sports

Local restaurants to support during shelter in place

1,818 views

15 Local Restaurants to Visit  Due to the shelter in place, restaurants have been instructed to close dining in and only have takeout orders. However, this doesn’t mean we have to stop supporting local restaurants in our local area. Below is a list of 15 of The Syrinx staff’s top choices for their favorite local

Zooming with the Sunbirds

264 views

Students are waking up and getting ready for class, in front of their webcams. This is the new normal for us. Since classes have moved to Zoom, students have had to adjust to this change in learning. While it has allowed classes to meet without risk of spreading the virus, it has also drastically altered

Lent for the Layman

236 views

How both spiritual and non-spiritual people can benefit from Lenten observance Lent is a common practice in our society due to us being founded and established on Judeo-Christian values. As a Christian campus, there are many students who partake in this practice, for religious reasons and health reasons. But what is Lent?  No matter our

1 2 3 8