A Pepperdine visiting professor throws himself into contention for California governor. The campaign announcement arrives as the recall movement for the current Gov. Gavin Newsom continues to heat up.
Dean Pete Peterson
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.
Graphic Courtesy of Pete Peterson The Pepperdine’s Graduate School of Public Policy launched The American Project this year. This two-year initiative aims to gather intellectuals and political activists to think through the conservative movement in the United States, according to Program Director Rich Tafel. The dean of the School of Public Policy and professors at […]
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 […]