Multidimensional Identity is a profile piece series highlighting minority students who belong to unique and/or underrepresented identity groups at Pepperdine. This series focuses on the intersection of a student’s multidimensional identity and how they shape the student’s experiences at Pepperdine University.
Black Student Association
Seven of Pepperdine’s identity-based organizations hosted an event to talk about the harmful cultural appropriation of various cultural groups during Halloween. The event occurred less than a week before the national celebration.
Black Student Association continues to adjust to the online world for its members. Whether online or in-person, BSA will never stop diversifying the Pepperdine community.
SGA’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council is expanding this spring and welcomes Seaver students to join.
Photo courtesy of Priscilla Merlo Senior international studies major Priscilla Merlo exudes warmth. Merlo has been on a journey to find herself through reimagining her faith and her passions. During her time at Pepperdine, Merlo has explored theologies that have spurred her to reevaluate her love of people, Latinx culture and her career goals. “I […]
A Pepperdine senior looks to literature as a way to educate herself about feminism and expand the conversation around it.
The Pepperdine Volunteer Center partners with the Upsilon Chi chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. on the MLK Day of Service on Jan. 20, which starts off Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.
At a predominately white institution, embracing one’s blackness is a top priority for African American students and faculty.
How should we honor Larry Kimmons?
Members of the Pepperdine community honor Larry Donnell Kimmons, the African-American teenager whom a Pepperdine security guard shot and killed fifty years ago.