The Pepperdine community and fellow experts speak out on how opinions form and why they are important in developing a true meaning of self. Whether faith, entertainment, politics or more — opinions play a massive role on a college campus and throughout one’s life.
Hispanic Studies Professor Roshawnda Derrick said she is passionate about ending the stigmatism surrounding code-switching among bilingual speakers. Derrik is determined to help students develop a deepened cultural worldview.
Music is a language that transcends all cultures — students and staff reflect on their background and the role music plays. With 6,500 languages in the world, music shows that it is a small world after all.
In the new comedy “Licorice Pizza” Alana Haim stars alongside Cooper Hoffman in a treacherous 1970s San Fernando Valley love story. The fast-paced film fuses silly with the serious, as an entrepreneurial teen and insecure adult wonder if romance can ever be possible.
Petty Perspectives is a column highlighting the rants and thoughts everyone thinks but never get a chance to put into words. This time, we hear from Life and Arts Editor Beth Gonzales, who believes Harry Styles is the greatest artist of all time.
Pepperdine Theater department presents “Mamma Mia!” opening Nov. 12 in Smothers Theatre. The cast and crew are preparing for the opening weekend after over a year with no live theater.
As time goes on and trends come back, young adults are utilizing resale culture, garment creation and trend forecasting to express themselves. LA fashionistas shared their insights on current fashion culture, working retail, styling and more.
Many departments play a role in running Pepperdine and transportation services are no exception. Some of Pepperdine’s most beloved shuttle drivers discuss their day-to-day, outside hobbies and most memorable moments on the ride.
Body and Soul incorporates the five senses within a new piece of art, music, film or experience; showcasing what staff members find meaningful. Life and Arts Editor Beth Gonzales takes the reader on a terrifying journey into the many mazes of Universal Halloween Horror Nights.
Life and Arts is commemorating the music Pepperdine finds special at this moment in time. This article features albums hand-picked by students and Graphic Life and Arts staff — what’s on repeat in AirPods around campus.