Professors and students alike have struggled to get accustomed to virtual modality. Now, both are sharing what has or hasn’t worked thus far and how things can change moving forward.
Pepperdine student absence policies have more impact on their lives than just in the classroom.
Pepperdine students need to start attending sporting events more frequently, to support their fellow classmates and create a better on-campus culture.
Graphic by Nate Barton To me, syllabus day is important for two reasons. First is to claim a territorial dibs on whatever desk I deem worthy and second is to find out how many days of class I can miss without hurting my grade. Jokes aside, mandatory attendance is a form of coddling that I […]
Art by Sacha Irick Athletics Department cracks down on classroom attendance, student-athlete responses are mixed bag Student athletes seldom crack under pressure, but as spring semester rolls around, a new attendance policy adds some heat to the lives of these athletes on a new playing field: the classroom. According to the official policy: “The following […]