Through trials and tribulations, Crossroads made Pepperdine Seaver history when it became the first LGBTQ+ club to be approved by the university.
A professor’s terminated contract sparks an online movement from both current students and alumni.
The recent posting on the Freedom Wall raises attention to sustainability issues with Pepperdine’s food service and encourages students to speak out about injustices.
Students with disabilities speak out and advocate for accommodations and visibility in the Pepp community.
Recent events at the Freedom Wall open up a larger conversation about how Pepperdine interacts with its LGBTQ+ students.
In response to a controversial message on the freedom wall, the Graphic staff reached out to the anonymous writer for comment.
SGA passed senior Sen. Daniel Iturri’s resolution, which aims to make the LGBTQ+ community feel more welcome at Pepperdine.
Don’t expect to see any new food options added to campus any time soon.
Be mindful of how campus initiatives could marginalize or exclude others.
Senior Mackenzie Mazen saw one too many vehicles illicitly parked in accessible parking spots and decided to speak out on behalf of the disabled community on campus.