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.
Provost Rick Marrs sent an email to the Pepperdine community Oct. 26 addressing the School of Public Policy email marketing campaign sent Oct. 12. Marrs expressed concern for community members of color who were hurt by the campaign and Pepperdine’s affiliation with partisan ties.
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.
Pete Peterson, dean of the Pepperdine School of Public Policy, responded to his controversial email and petition against The 1619 Project in the Oct. 21 President’s Briefing. President Jim Gash also shared the University’s response to community members.
Photo Courtesy of Information Technology Information Technology announced that the Pepperdine email system will transition to Google, adopting Gmail, Google Calendar and the Google application suite (GAFE), Chief Information Officer Jonathan See wrote in an email. Survey feedback inspired the migration over to the Gmail system, according to the Information Technology announcement that further explained […]
Graphic by Nate Barton Administration held a town hall meeting for students, faculty or staff who wished to hear more details about the upcoming construction plans at 11 a.m. this Wednesday in Elkins. Vice President of Administration Phil Phillips sent out an email to the Pepperdine community that addressed the concerns people may have and […]