Months after being named the president of University of the Pacific, Chris Callahan found himself leading the school through the pandemic; we discuss what his hopes are for the return to school in the fall and how he thinks COVID-19 changed higher education. Also, after a sexual assault, victims who choose to report the crime have a difficult time getting justice, and why some people are choosing to keep their masks on even after getting vaccinated.
- University of the Pacific President Chris Callahan discusses the challenges students faced during the pandemic, how he’s preparing for students to return this fall, and his vision for higher education moving forward
- Domestic Violence Response Team Advocate with WEAVE at the Elk Grove Police Department Jessica Garcia and Executive Director of My Sister's House Nilda Valmores on the investigation process for sexual assaults and what justice means to law enforcement versus what it means to survivors
- Police Chief for the Citrus Heights Police Department Ronald Lawrence breaks down efforts to provide support for survivors during the investigative process
- Clinical neuropsychologist at UC Davis Health Angela Drake explains the anxiety over ‘COVID-19 re-entry’ and why many people are not ready for life to return to normal