The Holocaust is not anyone’s political talking point. From an individual who feels the repercussions of the Holocaust every single day, this is a response to someone who compared abortions to the Holocaust.
Pepperdine College Republicans, Pepperdine College Democrats and Young Americans for Liberty plan for the future, hoping to bring guest speakers to their chapters and facilitate political discussion. The groups are working to maintain their presence on campus independent of presidential elections, believing their clubs have a purpose year-round.
Pepperdine undergraduates appear to maintain diverse political opinions with students identifying on all sides of the political spectrum. Do these numbers accurately reflect the political culture on campus?
Art by Caitlin Roark The announcement of Ben Shapiro’s visit to Pepperdine came with a plethora of reactions, from praise and excitement to anger and frustration. In the midst of this potentially tumultuous time, various Pepperdine student groups united in order to organize a respectful yet stern response to Mr. Shapiro’s visit. Rather than protesting […]
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Students from various clubs and organizations gathered to discuss how they will go about Ben Shapiro speaking on campus.
Photos Courtesy of Ivy Allen Senior Ivy Allen is the leading representative of the Pepperdine chapter of California College Republicans and the executive director of the State Board of California College Republicans. Allen said she had hopes of furthering her passion for politics by running for the State Chair at California College Republicans, and was […]