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FPU Sports are Back

An Update on FPU Athletics and Their Return After a long pause in the action and great worry on the part of

Jenni Rivera’s TV Series Review

A review of Jenni Rivera’s Mariposa de Barrio Netflix Series and its awareness of domestic violence victims. Dolores Janney Rivera Saavedra, commonly

Lifted Stay-At-Home Order

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The Online Decline, is 3rd Time’s the Charm?

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How Students Feel About Their 3rd Semester Online at FPU It has been almost a year since FPU last held in-person classes. At first, students and staff alike had no idea how long the pandemic would keep them away from one another, but as time continued, it began to look less and less likely that

Remembering our favorites from 2020

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A small recap of 2020 After making it through a year that felt like it would never end, it may feel as though there was no good that came from 2020. Yet despite facing the incredible obstacles and challenges we did, there were many ways to kill time while we practiced social distancing. With the

The Emoji

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Has the emoji been helpful or harmful to us in communicating our thoughts and emotions? Emojis—we all use them, or at least a form of them, when we text, post to Instagram and now even on Zoom. Whether we use actual emojis or resort to keyboard punctuation in order to make a symbol, they convey

Reviewing the Riddled and Unique Disney+ Show “WandaVision”

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Breaking Down the Easter Eggs and Hidden Sitcom References Disney+’s new original series “WandaVision” has left many fans confused and beguiled by its inclusion of numerous easter eggs and hidden references. The sitcom-style series depicts Wanda Maximoff (a.k.a Scarlet Witch) and Vision living an idealized suburban life in the aptly named town of Pleasantville; the

Hello 2021!

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A glimpse of what this promising new year holds for us At last, 2021 is upon us. Wow, we made it through 2020, a year that brought the unexpected. None of us were prepared for any of it. Looking back, it is easy to focus on the negatives of 2020, but let us not forget

A Movie to Touch the Soul

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Disney Plus new release: “Soul” On December 25, 2020, Disney Plus released “Soul,” which follows a middle school jazz teacher named Joe and an annoying soul named 22. Joe has a near death experience that helps him appreciate the family he would have left behind and the friends he has never really gotten to know.

Remembering Billie Jean

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Honoring her legacy and everlasting impact On December 23, 2020 it was discovered that Dr. Billie Jean Wiebe, Ph.D., associate professor of Communication and English and Director of the Communications program, had passed away. Her death has left a wave of heartbroken students, faculty and alumni behind.  Born on December 27, 1951, she was named

Photos remembering Billie Jean

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Photo Credit: Fresno Pacific University Archives Photograph Collection Billie Jean (back right) attending the ribbon-cutting dedication at Wiebe Education Center, Jan. 14, 1990. She is seen standing behind Pacific College President Richard Kriegbaum, who is cutting the ribbon. Photo Credit: Fresno Pacific University Archives Photograph Collection Photo Credit: Fresno Pacific University Archives Photograph Collection Photo

Syrinx Seniors Move Forward Through Looking Back

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Graduation is a time of both celebration and accomplishment. We have worked towards a goal in education that will allow us to pursue a further one in life. All of us have a different path leading us away from Fresno Pacific. In looking forward, we are reminded of what brought us all here in the

COVID Christmas

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Christmas Trends of 2020 With Christmas less than a month away, and COVID-19 cases continuing to rise in the United States, many people still want to make this holiday season a special one. This can be more stressful for those who want to avoid large crowds and social gatherings, but doesn’t need to put a

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