Hope Lockwood, a Pepperdine junior who identifies as non-binary, discusses the difference between gender and sex, as well as the importance of freedom to explore and express gender identity without the weight of societal constructs.
The newly created Office for Community Belonging is a place for students and faculty to freely voice their experiences and opinions at Pepperdine. With a need for diversity and inclusion to hold a bigger space within campus culture, students and administrators hope for the community to transform for the better.
Why do people need to come out, and why is “straight” the default? Heteronormativity is the center of how people go about relationships, and that needs to change — pronto.
Pepperdine College Republicans posted an anti-abortion display Sept. 28 on the Freedom Wall that sparked controversy within the Pepperdine community, as students outside the organization responded. Students react to the posting, explaining why they added or removed signs from the wall.
The Holocaust is not anyone’s political talking point. From an individual who feels the repercussions of the Holocaust every single day, this is a response to someone who compared abortions to the Holocaust.