Table of Contents Letter from the Editor | Currents Spring 2021 Visualizer: Where do you Draw Your Strength From? Clinging to Hope: How Students Overcome Disappointment More Than a Wish Your Heart Makes: Dreams & Their Significance Chalk by D’Artagnon Fulton Only in a Memory by Sam Nolan Defining the Undefinable Callie Mechelke Uses Music […]
Life & Arts Fresh Faces: Artistic Student Hopes to Broaden Her Horizons at Pepp Fresh Faces: Basketball Fan Dreams of Being a Corporate Lawyer for Nike Fresh Faces: RISE Intern Delves Into the World of Politics Student Teachers Persevere Through Virtual Instruction Turn Up the Volume: Concerts Resume after COVID-19 Perspectives Club Conversation: Gun […]
Life & Arts Film Review: ‘42’ Promotes Equality on and off the Field Fresh Faces: Faithful Student Finds Community through Church Family Fresh Faces: IMC Major Gets Cooking Fresh Faces: Musician Dreams of Future in Ministry Pepperdine Alum Julia Donlon Creates Connections Over a Cup of Coffee Pepp Prof Profile: Hispanic Studies Professor April Marshall […]
The University has provided several sporadic updates in the past year regarding COVID-19 related changes. In a remote setting, students need clear, timely communication to assess their future plans.
Life & Arts Album Review: Lana Del Rey’s Honesty Emerges in Latest Album, ‘Chemtrails Over the Country Club’ Film Review: ‘Tom & Jerry’ Fails to Capture What Made A Classic Cartoon Great Fresh Faces: Debate Team Member Brings her Passion for Politics to Malibu Fresh Faces: SGA Senator Shares Importance of Diversity With the […]
Life & Arts Q&A: Senior Spotlight — Jade Armstrong Students Put Their Spin on Spring 2021 Style Trends The Power of Positivity: Sophomore Abby Gearhart Emphasizes Self-Love in Loungewear Compan Perspectives Opinion: Online Learning — What’s Worked and What Hasn’t Opinion: Pepperdine’s Failures in Shanghai Should Not Stop Students From Learning More About China Opinion: […]
The prevalence of gun violence in the United States causes major political strife, as gun control is one of the most polarizing issues today. Despite this, politicians need to commit to making impactful changes, guided by facts and logic, to put an end to gun violence.
Life & Arts Entrepreneurial Student Saeed Djalilov Creates a Media Startup During COVID-19 Film Review: Greta Gerwig’s ‘Little Women’ Shows Originality, Modernity Fresh Faces: Musician Finds Her Sound Fresh Faces: Service-Driven Student Shares Her Journey To Pepperdine Fresh Faces: Transfer Student Brings Her Heart for Service to Pepperdine Q&A: Senior Spotlight — Kimberly Brooking Theater […]
While March can serve as a time to honor the women in one’s life, it must also be a time for reflection on the darker reality of women’s safety. Pepperdine must address the lack of safety for the women on campus.
There has been an exponential rise in Anti-Asian hate incidents reported throughout the United States. The Graphic stands in solidarity with the Asian American Pacific Islander community and our AAPI peers against anti-Asian racism and hate.