Fraternity Psi Upsilon hosted their annual Psi U Think You Can Dance event March 23. The event brought together campus teams to raise awareness for Conquer Paralysis Now.
Members of ASA and people who went to their informational forum explain why the event was important and why they attended. SGA members and Vice President of Student Affairs Connie Horton discuss how they support Armenian students at Pepperdine in their roles.
Does a Black life need to be equivocated to an animal for it to be seen as a life that matters? Five unlikely individuals come together in “Polar Bears, Black Boys & Prairie Fringed Orchids” to discuss microaggressions, implicit biases and why a single flower is worth more than a 12-year-old boy’s life.
Several of this year’s SGA candidates speak about the issues they plan to focus on this year and the changes they hope to make.