While March can serve as a time to honor the women in one’s life, it must also be a time for reflection on the darker reality of women’s safety. Pepperdine must address the lack of safety for the women on campus.
Currents Editor Makena Huey shares her perspective on feminism and her aspirations for this edition of the magazine.
The history of feminism in the United States is complex and multi-faceted, just like the women who fought for gender equality.
Clegg was the first female faculty member to be pregnant at Pepperdine and to be named one of the university’s few distinguished professors.
Men at Pepperdine address whether they consider themselves feminists and how they approach the issue of gender equality.
As a self-described feminist, Brandon Easley strives for gender equality and hopes to one day see a world that is equal and unbiased for both sexes.
Currents Magazine surveyed over 200 students about feminism.
The lack of diversity among Oscar nominees reflects a much deeper issue of diversity lacking in Hollywood as a whole.
Female faculty at Pepperdine, outnumbered by their male counterparts, are managing to gain equality little by little.
Art by Peau Porotesano In midst of the recent revelations about Harvey Weinstein, and with so many women speaking out about harassment and inequality in the film and television industry, now is an excellent time to talk about other obstacles women in the industry face. Specifically, it’s time to talk about their near absence in […]