Art by Peau Porotesano One of the most fascinating shows I ever watched when growing up was “Do Over.” It was about a 34-year-old who was incredibly miserable and, after a freak accident, ends up being sent back 20 years in time with a chance to manipulate the future to his advantage. If I were in that same situation but found myself back at the beginning of my … [Read more...] about Seniors Reflect on College
Photo by Allison Hubbard Tap tap tap — your Starbucks Frappuccino is now on its way. Last week, Starbucks introduced pilot programs in Seattle and New York that will allow users to order food, coffee and other beverages delivered straight to their front door or office. Customers will be able to order and pay through the Starbucks mobile app, which will ally with … [Read more...] about Starbucks Delivery Service to Satisfy Caffeine Cravings
“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” is TV’s best show, without a shadow of a doubt. The series takes a look at the debauchery of The Gang, composed of Mac, Dennis, Dee, Charlie and Frank. The gist is The Gang getting into trouble by attempting to pull off the most insane and impossible schemes. “Sunny” is the best show on television because … [Read more...] about It’s Always Funny in Philadelphia
Photo by Sylvia Hartley Students are allegedly occupying faculty-designated spots in gated lots on campus, according to professors. The issue has been noted by Seaver Faculty Association President and Associate Professor of Religion Ronald Cox, who is spearheading an effort to ensure parking spaces on campus are being properly utilized. Deputy Director of Public Safety … [Read more...] about Illegal Parking: How are Students Getting In?
Art by Sacha Irick Convo isn’t a new topic at Pepperdine. It seems there is constant debate over whether there should be fewer requirements, different requirements or even no requirements. We aren’t here to bash Convo, but as busy students with full course loads, extracurriculars and for many of us jobs and internships, we’ve been trying to figure out why Convo seems to … [Read more...] about It’s Time to Have a Conversation about Convocation