Art by Caitlin Roark The announcement of Ben Shapiro’s visit to Pepperdine came with a plethora of reactions, from praise and excitement to anger and frustration. In the midst of this potentially tumultuous time, various Pepperdine student groups united in order to organize a respectful yet stern response to Mr. Shapiro’s visit. Rather than protesting […]
Alan Dershowitz and Amy Wax will discuss whether or not college campuses should regulate free speech on Thursday Jan. 31
Art by Caitlin Roark While Pepperdine is an ever-changing campus, it is rooted in its mission of purpose, service and leadership. It is rooted in Christian values, along with seeking the improvement of student life, and stimulates fellowship. The university empowers students to enact positive change that serves their community. With this ability to affect […]
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Photos by Cassandra Stephenson Conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro shared his views on acceptable discourse, White privilege and institutionalized racism with members of the Pepperdine community Tuesday night in a lecture and Q&A. In what he dubbed one of the “best” lectures he has attended on college campuses around the U.S., Shapiro said his overall […]
Students from various clubs and organizations gathered to discuss how they will go about Ben Shapiro speaking on campus.