A number of past Graphic articles bred controversy on campus, including ones on student DUIs, car crashes, Kenneth Starr and drugs. Three former Graphic reporters comment on approaching controversy with objectivity and a focus on telling all sides of the story.
Debuting Feb. 10, Sia’s new movie, ‘Music,’ delves into the whirlwind that is the relationship of an autistic child and her half-sister. While the message is admirable, this movie should not be winning an award for Best Picture but Best Misrepresentation.
Photo courtesy of Franki Hooks Though people may not always know her face, people know her Twitter account and her name: Franki Hooks. “Someone was like, ‘I thought this was a burner account, and Franki Hooks was a fake name,’” Hooks said. The senior psychology major has been on Twitter since August 2014. “People would […]
The controversial email shared by Dean of the School of Public Policy Pete Peterson spurred many conversations among various parts of the Pepperdine community. In part two of this two part series, four Pepperdine students of color joins hosts Anitiz Muonagolu and Emily Shaw in discussing how this controversy has impacted them and their thoughts and experiences at Pepperdine.
One of the conversations spurred by the controversial email shared by Dean of the School of Public Policy Pete Peterson is the debate occurring throughout the nation on what is “true American history”? In this two part series, History professor Stewart Davenport joins hosts Anitiz Muonagolu and Emily Shaw in understanding how this recent controversy at Pepperdine fits into this larger conversation.
The School of Public Policy sent out a controversial email including a petition to remove The 1619 Project from American schools Oct 12. The Pepperdine community responds.
Derogatory rhetoric or an opposing opinion?
Reserved parking in handicap spaces caused students and alumni to voice their opinions via Instagram.
Graphic by Sarah Kiker I was standing in line at the Starbucks/sushi place in the Caf this week, waiting to place the order for my venti iced coffee, when I heard something that made my blood boil. Two women were standing behind me, and I couldn’t help but overhear their conversation regarding the newly installed […]
Photos by Berkley Mason and Courtesy of Lydia Gerard and Meridith Cary Light & Dirty, a senior thesis exhibition at the Weisman Museum, is showing a handful of art pieces, all of which aim to convey and start a dialogue about topics of “light” or “dirty” nature, senior Studio Art major Lydia Gerard said. Assistant […]