Pepperdine’s Freedom Wall is synonymous with sharing opinions on campus. This timeline details the major displays throughout the wall’s history, from its establishment in 2003 through this semester.
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Pepperdine made changes to the Student Code of Conduct to reflect new guidelines on Title IX and provide interim protocol for COVID-19.
The Office of Community Standards maintains that they have the student body’s best interests at heart, but the student body disagrees
Art by Caitlin Roark Unite Pepp started out this semester with another demonstration. For the second time since this group’s creation last semester, they took over the Freedom Wall to bring a message to the Pepperdine community: Even though the Good Samaritan Policy was rewritten, more steps need to be taken for students to use […]
The student-led Unite Pepp movement advocates for conversation to continue when it comes to drugs, alcohol and the Good Samaritan Policy
Additions to the Good Samaritan Policy urge students to “Call, Stay and Cooperate” and explain the policy’s relation to student organizations
Art by Caitlin Roark While Pepperdine is an ever-changing campus, it is rooted in its mission of purpose, service and leadership. It is rooted in Christian values, along with seeking the improvement of student life, and stimulates fellowship. The university empowers students to enact positive change that serves their community. With this ability to affect […]
Pepperdine administration worked with SGA and Greek Life representatives to revise the university’s Good Samaritan policy. Now they want your opinion.
Pepperdine junior, Elijah Ezorski, wants to START A CONVERSATION.
Find out how Pepperdine is working to renew trust in the Good Samaritan policy through revision and clarification.