Halle Bowe is joined by Karesse Frizell, Myles Dennis, and Diamond Longs to discuss Black student leadership on campus. The four dive into how Pepperdine can continue to support Black students in assimilating into campus life.
The university’s response plan to the Omicron variant poses significant health and safety risks for faculty members. Following similar policies from neighboring universities could have been beneficial in mitigating the risk of COVID-19.
The lack of faculty diversity poses significant challenges for minority students. Students reflect on how the presence of more POC faculty has positively impacted their college experience.
Students who live out of state said they feel disconnected from the University and their peers in Malibu. Out-of-state students search for ways to maintain a social connection and surmount challenges posed by distance.
The controversial email shared by Dean of the School of Public Policy Pete Peterson spurred many conversations among various parts of the Pepperdine community. In part two of this two part series, four Pepperdine students of color joins hosts Anitiz Muonagolu and Emily Shaw in discussing how this controversy has impacted them and their thoughts and experiences at Pepperdine.