The train rocks back and forth On the edge of the Earth, it seems. Valley and falls below, And above us, snowy white peaks. Deeper into the unknown we trek, But we do not know how to rest. We are pilgrims of the modern era, Social media taught us how to see. We are pioneers […]
News: Friends Pay Tribute to Student Killed in Hit-and-Run Traffic Collision Students Adjust to Abroad Amid Changing Travel Policies Good News: Taking Time To Be Thankful Three Years Later: Pepperdine Remembers the Borderline Shooting and Woolsey Fire Students Look to Office for Community Belonging for Actions Toward Inclusivity Life & Arts: Student Director Fulfills Leadership […]
As students reacclimate to in-person classes, the Graphic argues a longer Thanksgiving break would be very beneficial. The Graphic has added some possible solutions as well.
Pepperdine alumna and former Graphic Executive Editor Allison Lee shares her story surviving the Borderline shooting and sheltering-in-place due to the Woolsey Fire on Nov. 7-10, 2018. Lee recounts the highs and lows of overcoming trauma and the journey of a pie.
News: ‘Don’t Touch My Kid’: Malibu Moms Stage Anti-Vaccine Mandate Protest Near Pier Pepperdine Undergoes Another Cycle of WSCUC Evaluation Pepp Deliberates Over a New GE Curriculum SWAB Kicks Off On-Campus Vaccine Clinics with Stick or Treat IP Applicants Face Competitive Odds for 2022-23 Programs The Fine Print: Context Matters on the Freedom Wall Life […]
It’s spooky season — but Pepperdine must be tricking us because there is no Halloween spirit. Pepperdine needs to treat its community to a more Halloween -esque atmosphere.
News: New Health Ambassadors Monitor Public Spaces for Mask Wearing Good News: Appreciating Uncertainty Fellowship for Equity and Social Justice Recipients Aims to Diversify the Pepperdine Community Surf Convo is Back Perspectives: Staff Editorial: This Land is Not Our Land Opinion: Remove Heteronormativity From the Default Opinion: Why Year 2 Welcome Wasn’t Worth It L&A: […]
Pepperdine is built on the land of a people who have been here for over 4,000 years, and it’s time we start recognizing them more.
The Freedom Wall received national attention about abortion-rights postings, prompting Pepperdine administrators to reconsider the wall’s guidance. The Graphic staff reminds the community of the written and unwritten rules of the Freedom Wall.
News: Students Express Confusion Over Quarantine and Isolation YECA Members Take on the Climate Crisis, Advocate for More Action at Pepp The Fine Print: The Essential Mountain Lion Preparedness Guide Waves Weekend Makes a Comeback Perspectives: Staff Editorial: Pepperdine’s Parking Prompts Pain Life and Arts: Plants Prosper on Pepperdine’s Malibu Campus Body and Soul: School […]