While Pepperdine professors are improving women’s visibility in their syllabi, students believe more work needs to be done.
Pepperdine’s commitment to diversity and inclusion thrives on the involvement of a motivated, understanding and faith-driven body.
Free food, a convocation credit and an open space for discussion.
Pepperdine must play a role encouraging minorities to become future filmmakers, actors and directors.
Why You Should Question The Statues You Drive By Every Day
Photos by Milan Loiacono Students from Pepperdine, Vanguard, Biola and Westmont universities and speakers from ReNew Partnerships gathered Saturday for The Summit on Diversity and Inclusion in Elkins Auditorium. ReNew Partnerships is an organization based out of Ohio whose purpose is to “foster ethnic unity in the body of Christ” to discuss cross-cultural relations. “I […]
Photos Courtesy of David Humphrey, Doug Hurley and Brittany Skinner Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Student Affairs Mark Davis has announced several changes to the Student Affairs staff. During the summer, former associate dean of Students Tabatha Jones Jolivet accepted a position at Azusa Pacfic University. “It’s hard to imagine student life […]
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