Some people are more adept at taking care of plants than others. Staff Writer Melissa Auchard tells the story of how taking care of six plants proved too much for her.
With the fast-paced college lifestyle and sleep-deprived students hustling to their next classes, coffee is often essential for students to stay awake. News staff writer Michele Lee shares how she slows down to enjoy the little moments in life with coffee.
The Fine Print is a weekly column written by Addison Whiten addressing problems at Pepperdine in a lighthearted and real way. This week’s installment discusses some of the problems and privileges that come with living on campus at Pepperdine.
The Good News Column is back! In the first Good News piece of the fall 2021 semester, News Editor Emily Shaw shares what makes Pepperdine feel like home for her, or more like who.
The Good News column was born as a goal for Graphic staff to find the silver lining in a challenging time. News Editor Ashley Mowreader signs off the column with a reflection on the good news shared and hope for the future.
After spending nearly her entire life as a journalist and in a newsroom, PGM Director and Adviser Elizabeth Smith still thinks the news is good news. In the first piece she has ever published in the Graphic, Smith reflects on why the freedom of the press is really freedom for all.
When stress starts to overwhelm, the companionship of a pet can provide comfort and clarity. News Assistant Reagan Phillips shares the joys of evening walks with an overexcited golden retriever.
COVID-19 cancelled plans and detoured college experiences, leaving discouraged and frustrated Pepperdine students in its wake. News Assistant Annabelle Childers shares how she learned to hold the future loosely and engage joyfully in the present.
Facing your fears and trying new things can open you up to a more fulfilling life. News Assistant Editor Natalie Hardt shares her experience adopting this mindset and trying a variety of new foods and activities since mid-February, ranging from lollipops to skiing.
As the rain falls outside and cleans the air, there is a chance to release some of the stress students carry and focus on a new day. News Assistant Samantha Torre talks about the beauty of rain.