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FPU’s Return to Campus

Are Students Ready to go Back to Face-to-Face Interactions? After what seems like an eternity, FPU is finally returning to on-campus learning

California Allows Concerts in April

California Allows Concerts in April As COVID cases decline, public events begin Over a year later after the pandemic began, many of

Embarrassing Zoom Moments

FPU students discuss their most humiliating Zoom stories We all know that online learning hasn’t been the easiest, and we’ve had to

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  • The UDC’s comprehensive University Diversity Plan is beginning to be implemented at FPU On June 8, 2020, in light of the murders

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  • Black Student Union petition defaced by anonymous hacker On September 11, Student Life sent an email to the FPU student body regarding

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  • Discover the rise and fall of the FPU-owned retreat cabin A crumbling fireplace amidst soot and rubble: this is all that remains

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

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California Allows Concerts in April

California Allows Concerts in April As COVID cases decline, public events begin Over a year later after the pandemic began, many of

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

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

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Highlights

Women’s Appreciation Month

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The women you didn’t learn about in history class Women’s Appreciation Month is a time to celebrate what women have accomplished, but also a time to remember there is still work to be done. In honor of this month, I decided to highlight some women that haven’t been traditionally recognized. We’ve all heard of Rosa

The Battle for Tower Theatre

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Adventure Church is trying to buy Fresno’s Tower Theatre In early January, the City of Fresno made it public that Tower Theatre was being put up for sale, according to The Fresno Bee. Fresno-based Adventure Church has been hosting Sunday services at the theater and now seeks to purchase it despite backlash from community members. 

The SHARE Blog

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A virtual space to listen and be heard Fresno Pacific University offers its students, staff, faculty and alumni a space to express their thoughts about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) through a blog called SHARE (Seeing, Hearing, And Respecting Everyone): https://blogs.fresno.edu/share/  We have all heard these terms. For many of us, they may sound interchangeable,

Should we be concerned with screen time during the pandemic?

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A look at how the increase in screen time may affect our in-person interactions in the future. Just how many hours do you spend on your computer and phone combined? How many hours do you spend watching TV or playing video games? It’s probably a lot more than you think because, believe me, that time

Have we become more or less intelligent because of Google?

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A look at how Google has made us both smarter and lazier individuals “Hey Google, how do you make banana bread?”  “Hey Google, how do you spell pterodactyl?”  We have all asked Google hundreds of questions, whether it be about a simple recipe or a self-diagnosis of a health concern. Google is the #1 search

Chris Harrison Leaves “The Bachelor” Amid Comments About Racism

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Harrison removes himself after controversial interview During the current season of “The Bachelor,” racially charged photos spread like wildfire through social media. People from Rachel Kirkconnell’s hometown spoke out, claiming that these accusations are true. On February 9 Rachel Lindsay conducted an interview on “Extra” where she brought then-host Chris Harrison on to speak about

What if humanity learned to love like a child?

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Children are the perfect example of love and faith in today’s chaotic world. Do you remember when you were four, five or even six years old? Do you remember when the only thing you worried about was missing your favorite TV show or forgetting your lunch at home? I definitely remember such good ole days,

FPU Sports are Back

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An Update on FPU Athletics and Their Return After a long pause in the action and great worry on the part of our athletes, FPU sports are back. Following the cancellation of the ‘20 spring season, which led itself to another hiatus last fall, the Sunbirds are now allowed to both practice and compete once

Jenni Rivera’s TV Series Review

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A review of Jenni Rivera’s Mariposa de Barrio Netflix Series and its awareness of domestic violence victims. Dolores Janney Rivera Saavedra, commonly known as “Jenni Rivera,” was a Spanish-American singer, actress, songwriter and entrepreneur famous for her work within the regional Mexican music genre. She unfortunately passed away on December 9, 2012 in a plane

Do you expect too much from yourself?

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Understanding that progress is better than perfection What is the biggest expectation you have set for yourself? Is it to have a high GPA, or to be involved in campus or extracurricular activities? Maybe you expect yourself to have everything under control, all the time.  At first glance, these all seem like achievable goals, but

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