Feminism looks and feels different for everyone, but the underlying theme is equality.
A Pepperdine senior looks to literature as a way to educate herself about feminism and expand the conversation around it.
A senior grew to embrace the ideals of feminism after first taking a summer class at Pepperdine.
Students remember English Prof. Constance Fulmer’s creative teaching methods and spunky personality.
The need for intersectional advocacy within the feminist movement is crucial.
Author Dr. Caron Gentry visits Pepperdine to discuss her new book, which explores modern American politics and creative solutions.
A feminist and a pro-life advocate walk into a bar and are the same person
Art by Kris Harper Although the flurry of ogling women at the Victoria’s Secret annual “fashion show” has abated since the Christmas season, its remnants are present in the rubble of hyper-feminine girl power. Posts on Tumblr, BuzzFeed and conversations in the common rooms of Pepperdine chronicle the mental inventory of Millennial feminists who spout […]
Was Joan Rivers really a feminist?