Pepperdine administrators altered a number of words and phrases in George Pepperdine’s original dedicatory address for its reading at Founder’s Day 2021. The changes were revisionist and dangerous, as they alter our understanding of Pepperdine’s history of exclusion.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. The ninth installment introduces Amani Pearson, who discusses her hope of contributing to a loving environment.
Roslyn Satchel shares her experience in writing her first book, “What Movies Teach About Race: Exceptionalism, Erasure, and Entitlement.”
Author Dr. Caron Gentry visits Pepperdine to discuss her new book, which explores modern American politics and creative solutions.
Art by Ally Armstrong This column serves as the voice of Crossroads and is written by Grace Ramsey, a member of the Crossroads e-board. Crossroads is the Pepperdine student-run organization advocating for LGBTQ+. I was 13 when everyone I knew suddenly became obsessed with crushes and first kisses and who was “hottest.” I didn’t get […]
As the academic year begins, so does the university’s search for its next president.
Christopher Parkening’s guitar students showcased their skills in all areas of guitar performance
Art by Peau Porotesano Walking into a museum exhibit, the layout is intentionally designed so that the eye gets drawn to either the biggest piece or the most important piece. Often, they are the same thing. Museum curators plot their exhibits around an idea or a person they consider to be the most important takeaway […]
Photo by Chad Jimenez “I am president of Latino Student Association this year and I am also VP of Finance for Crossroads. I am an ally and advocate for all ethnicities, races, sexualities, and just anyone who are kind of the outliers because I do identify myself as an outlier. One of my goals is […]
The Mountain Promises Fellowship and Celebration