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Up, Up, and Away

FPU tuition is raised despite pandemic and other university responses Fresno Pacific University tuition was raised to $16,477 a semester for the

Six Feet Closer

The Case For Returning to In-Person Classes On October 2 and 10, Fresno Pacific University announced that it planned to reopen for

Where Did Thanksgiving Go?

Remember to be Thankful in November before Rudolph Barges In Ah, Thanksgiving! It’s that time again, gentle Syrinx readers, and it seems

Is hybrid helping your students?

Taking a chance for socialization by lowering face-to-face opportunity A majority of students spend a required 13 years of their lives in

Ariana Grande Releases New Album

Some fans love it and others say “thank u, next” Ariana Grande released a new album on October 30, 2020. This came

Inside the Intensity

A look at the Intensive English Language Program at FPU The Intensive English Language Program (IELP) here at Fresno Pacific may be

What Does TikTok Mean to You?

FPU Students Weigh in on the Popular Video-Sharing App  TikTok may be the newest platform to evolve out of the social media

Theme Parks’ Response to COVID-19

A case by case basis for reopening parks Theme parks are a place of liveliness, entertainment and attractions. This has been missed

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Clare Crawley Won’t Apologize For Love

Bachelorette Clare Crawley exits the show after finding love and is replaced This season of “The Bachelorette” was “unlike anything we’ve ever

Ariana Grande Releases New Album

Some fans love it and others say “thank u, next” Ariana Grande released a new album on October 30, 2020. This came

Theme Parks’ Response to COVID-19

A case by case basis for reopening parks Theme parks are a place of liveliness, entertainment and attractions. This has been missed

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“The Mandalorian” Season Two

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The Return of “Baby Yoda” Exciting news for all you “Star Wars” fans: the first episode of “The Mandalorian” season two is going to be released this Friday, October 30. If you are unfamiliar with the show, “The Mandalorian” is a series based on the popular “Star Wars” movies. The show takes place after the

Is this Halloween infected with Covid or will Costumes continue to Surprise Us?

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Let’s Take a Look at This Year’s Trends Halloween this year will look very different for those of us who love a quality scare fest each year. Fortunately, the pandemic has not dampened the season’s spirit. Houses are decorated with spiderwebs and skeletons, the pumpkins are carved with candles shining through their crooked smiles, and

Being grateful for the return to in person church

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schools and even churches were closed down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, stores and restaurants have begun to open up again, albeit with restrictions. It feels as if things are starting to return to normal. However, while some stores and restaurants were able to open, churches remained closed. Many were forced to live-stream their

Broadway Coming Our Way

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Musicals arriving in the Valley Broadway may be the pinnacle of musical theatre, but not everyone can make it to the Big Apple. Fortunately, it does do traveling shows. Broadway is planning on returning to Fresno with several major shows, starting in January 2021.  The first show to grace the stage is the classic musical

What the Newest Trend AMONG US Is

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How Among Us Has Recently Grown to Become Extremely Popular Over the last few months, we have seen many trends come and go as we try to entertain ourselves in quarantine. But one of the biggest trends to come out of 2020 is the video game Among Us. While it was first created in 2018,

VOTING PROVIDES THE POWER; BECOMING AN ADULT PROVIDES THE RIGHT

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We All Have the Opportunity to Join Together and Vote and Let our Voices be Heard “Voting is the expression of our commitment to ourselves, one another, this country, and this world,” New York Times best selling author Sharon Salzberg once said. Many of us at Fresno Pacific University are facing this election year as

Halloween Events in the Valley

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Trick or Treat-Be Covid-19 friendly please Whether you’re looking for a full-fledged fear fest or a calm and cool COVID Halloween, there is something for everyone this year.  Haunted houses are a must for many people during the scary season. Hobb’s Grove is a popular long-time running haunted grove located in Sanger. Tickets are needed

UTOPIA TOO MUCH LIKE REALITY THAN FICTION

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Amazon Prime releases their new show “Utopia” with mixed reviews Be advised! This article is not related to any actual, related or current events. This is a work of fiction.  Or is it? After a long day of Zoom-held classes, don’t we want to curl up on the couch, turn on a show, and distract

Bingeworthy: Spooky Edition

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Ghouls, goblins and ghosts, oh my! Halloween, the season of fright, is upon us. During this time there are many new shows to watch if you want to enjoy some scares from the comfort of your couch.  One new show on Netflix that is sure to bring some fright is Ratched. This show is inspired

Historic Figure for Women: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Passes Away

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A true feminist in her own right On Friday, September 18, 2020, the news broke about the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She died, at her home in Washington D.C., from complications of metastatic cancer in the pancreas. She was 87.  Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a very forward-thinking woman. I would even say she wasan

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