With daunting headlines and emotional stories, sometimes the news hurts people. Many Pepperdine students have found themselves in the breaking news spotlight during events such as the Borderline shooting and PCH car crashes, when some experienced insensitive encounters with the media.
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Since its first edition in 1937, the Graphic has adapted to the times to continue providing news to the Pepperdine and surrounding communities. Former editors, a former adviser and a current adviser to the Graphic share their experiences at the student newspaper.
Senior Taylor Mathews opens up about his musical history and what led him to songwriting. He explains how he intertwines his pursuit of truth with expression through song.
Featured Articles Spring 2021 issue of Currents magazine Letter from the editor A journey from ruin to resilience: The Malibu community reflects on Woolsey When forgiveness shocks the world Avenue of acceptance: How mental health and faith intertwine Life after death, whatever that means More than a wish your heart makes: Dreams and their significance […]
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 […]
While Woolsey victims are still struggling to rebuild their lives and their homes over two years after the fire, Malibu’s flora and fauna recovered ashtonishly quickly. Environmentalists discuss the ways in which nature embodies resilience.
The grieving process involves numerous psychological, cultural and religious components, including important mourning practices. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many individuals have been forced to experience loss differently than they might have expected.
Five students recount their mental illness journey and how it ties in with their faith.
Connie Horton serves as the vice president for Student Affairs at Pepperdine and also leads the Resilience-Informed Skills Education Program. Horton is a Pepperdine alumna, a licensed psychologist and has worked at the University since 2005.
After the Woolsey fire of 2018, the city of Malibu is taking action to help residents rebuild their homes. City Council offers a fee-waiving program for homeowners in the process of rebuilding and other services to protect them from future emergencies.