Photos by Callie Mechelke Freshman Natalia Escobedo prefers to worship in Spanish. Junior Ikechukwu Egwuonwu likes Nigerian Gospel music. Senior Anna Renfro enjoys traditional Christian hymns. Everyone worships differently. Worship isn’t just white, isn’t just Western, as scholars said some presume. Worship is colorful, global and shaped by all identities. “We need to realize that […]
Professor Heidi Hardt said multilateral corporations and organizations are overlooking gender integration.
Seaver’s fall 2018 admittance rate of 34.76 percent is the lowest in undergraduate history, admitting only 4,212 students.
Photo Courtesy of Roslyn M. Satchel Assistant Professor of Communication Roslyn Satchel released her first book, “What Movies Teach About Race: Exceptionalism, Erasure and Entitlement,” on Nov. 15. Satchel’s latest piece of literature explores what the prevalent, subdued themes within movies are communicating to audiences, even when they are unaware of it. Satchel said her […]
Photo by Katrina Warme I was sound asleep when I was abruptly awakened by the pleasant voice of the flight attendant announcing our descent. I pushed the window cover up, and I saw the promised land for the first time with my own eyes. This was the land I was told flowed with milk and […]
A born-and-raised Church of Christer reflects on how to love a denomination while recognizing its faults.
Why I’ll continue talking about feminism until something changes
Art by Kris Harper The age old question remains: Can men and women actually have platonic friendships? While, it can be argued that heterosexual men and women are born to be attracted to each other, there still is a case for platonic love between the sexes. Platonic love is defined “in its modern popular sense […]
Photo courtesy of Haley Videckis The next trial date for the discrimination lawsuit against Pepperdine, a case in which University staff members allegedly discriminated against two student athletes suspected of engaging in a homosexual relationship, will be determined at a scheduling conference on March 3, according to the United States District Court. As mentioned in […]
Art by Christine Nelson I was 4 years old during the 2000 presidential election, and quite fascinated with the concept of becoming a U.S. president. At 4, it doesn’t seem like such an insurmountable task to run a country, as I was perfectly proficient running the country of Beanie Babies in my bedroom. It wasn’t […]