Debuting Feb. 10, Sia’s new movie, ‘Music,’ delves into the whirlwind that is the relationship of an autistic child and her half-sister. While the message is admirable, this movie should not be winning an award for Best Picture but Best Misrepresentation.
Pepperdine is a small, isolated college community and cannot be compared numerically to the world at large. Students must edge themselves into adulthood through experience of their own.
Cancel culture is at the forefront of modern society, but it is to the detriment of turning social media platforms into toxic wastelands of hatred. Turn cancel culture into accountability culture; cancel “cancel culture.”
Students who are now living at home due to COVID-19 are suffocated by their lack of independence and inability to socialize.
Figuring out the next 40 years in the next four is unrealistic. College students shouldn’t stress about finding a life purpose so young.
With the West Coast Conference postponed, how is Pepperdine going to move forward with its student-athletes? Will Pepperdine give them the training and attention they deserve?