In recognition of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in the United States, as well as in pursuit of the Graphic’s commitment to listen to and support the AAPI members of the Pepperdine community, the Graphic offered AAPI students a space to share their personal experiences. Seven Pepperdine students and alumni reflect on their experiences as part of the AAPI community.
Some people really love the news. Who are they and what makes them so involved in knowing the news? In this piece, the Graphic talks to a student and a professor on why and how they keep up with the news.
First-year law students compete in the annual Moriarity Moot Court Competition on the topic of qualified immunity. The student-led Moot Court Board runs this event at the Caruso School of Law where students, judges and volunteers are participating through Zoom.
Malibu City Council held a special virtual meeting Feb. 25, to address the concerns regarding homelessness in Malibu. The meeting concluded with five motions in hopes of more community outreach and deeper explorations of possible solutions.
SGA’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council is expanding this spring and welcomes Seaver students to join.
Photo courtesy of Claire Lee Editor’s Note: Claire Lee is a PGM staff writer for the Fall 2020 semester. From the United States to Canada, Bolivia, Mexico and South Korea, Claire Lee travels around the world. A sophomore political science major, Lee uses her faith, friends and the places she travels to understand herself and […]
Abroad in South Korea is a series that discusses South Korean life and culture through my personal experiences. This installment explores the process of traveling to another country in the age of COVID-19.