Elkins classes pose a serious safety threat among students and faculty. Between classes that hold hundreds of people and uncooperative students who refuse to wear masks, it makes someone wonder why Pepperdine is having them at all during a pandemic.
Photo courtesy of Scott Hutchins Editor’s Note: When being interviewed for this article, Scott Hutchins stated he preferred the use of the male pronouns. After sitting tensely in front of his computer for two hours, junior Scott Hutchins submitted a Facebook post that he said he had been waiting to post since the beginning of […]
Photo Courtesy of Roslyn M. Satchel Assistant Professor of Communication Roslyn Satchel released her first book, “What Movies Teach About Race: Exceptionalism, Erasure and Entitlement,” on Nov. 15. Satchel’s latest piece of literature explores what the prevalent, subdued themes within movies are communicating to audiences, even when they are unaware of it. Satchel said her […]
Art by Peau Porotesano Editor’s note: The Staff Editorial is an opinion piece we at the Graphic publishes each week in the Perspectives section. These pieces are from our staff as a whole and reflect our diverse but unified views about topics we think are important, both on and off campus, as they relate to […]
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Art by Sacha Irick Athletics Department cracks down on classroom attendance, student-athlete responses are mixed bag Student athletes seldom crack under pressure, but as spring semester rolls around, a new attendance policy adds some heat to the lives of these athletes on a new playing field: the classroom. According to the official policy: “The following […]