Photo by Daniel Caso All throughout the great metropolis of Los Angeles, the coffee scene thrives within the often-intertwined youth and creative culture. Like the typical coffee shop patrons, college students often seek an environment of peace, studiousness, creativity and contemplation. Encouraged to look past Starbucks and Coffee Bean, which are tinged with a sour […]
Art by Nate Barton My experience as a female Christian has less to do with overcoming the sometimes-subtle marginalization we experience as women, and so much more to do with who I believe Christ wants and allows me to be: fully His, fully human, fully a woman and fully complex. I think many people who […]
Since Woodstock, music festivals have become synonymous with freedom of
expression and youthful hedonism. But In the contemporary milieu of consumerism and mass communication, music festivals might be creating a different legacy.
Members of currents staff drove all over the state to share their favorite California parks and to inspire your next road trip.
While the neighborhood is a haven of beauty and city culture, it’s hard not to see the tears in its tapestry. Behind the scenes of the art, the food and the fun, a hidden community is suffering.
Photos by Haley Laningham This past Wednesday, I threw on a dress around 7:30 p.m. and headed out alone to the Teragram Ballroom in Downtown Los Angeles to cover a concert of Albert Hammond Jr., otherwise known as “the old guitarist for The Strokes.” I had no idea who this person was, but was excited […]
Photos by Esther Kang Every holiday, my apartment gets a candy centerpiece for our living room coffee table. Last week, while out at Ralphs I decided to pick something up for my roommates and me to adorn our table with. I went straight to the cheaper heart-boxes in the back. I thought I was seeing […]
Every spring semester, Pepperdine’s Posse staff and scholars help organize a retreat for themselves and guest students to unite in dialogue over important current events. This year, the theme for discussion was “Crime and Punishment,” focusing on the true definition of justice and crime in the throes of an often divided nation. For those who […]
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Junior John Anderson closes out the weekend house show at the Hide Away as a multitude of students look on