Photos and infographs by Kelly Rodriguez Sophomore Isabel Cornavaca works twice as hard to maintain her credit score after she made a big purchase in the first few months of having a credit card. Cornavaca, who works at Sephora and the Pepperdine Volunteer Center, said that even when she transfers an extra $100 to her […]
Photos and Infograph by Kelly Rodriguez Hovering over the heads of busy Pepperdine students is the future of its endowment. The tax bill that circulated around the House and Senate at the end of last year proposed taxes on those in higher education, such as Pepperdine and its students. While the House version of the […]
Photos courtesy of IMDB and A24 Films After winning two Golden Globes “Lady Bird” is flying into awards season buzz. The film, written and directed by Greta Gerwig, portrays a contentious mother-daughter relationship framed in love. Since its release, it has gained critical acclaim. In late November, it broke a Rotten Tomatoes record for most […]
Pepperdine students, faculty and staff came together for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Panel Discussion and Town Hall at Smother’s Theater hosted by Pepperdine Graphic Media on Oct. 3.
Photo courtesy of Island Records So, “[I’m] coming out of my cage, and I’ve been doing just fine” because The Killers are back with their first album in five years. The Killers are most known for their song “Mr. Brightside,” an early 2000s rock song that speaks about the dangers of jealousy while emoting a […]
Due to restructuring in the Office of Student Affairs, Connie Horton–the previous Director of the Counseling Center–will now serve as Vice President of Student Affairs.
Research shows that there is no timeline of physical intimacy that people follow through the course of their lives. That’s why social comparison is arbitrary when it comes to first kisses.
Sometimes a good song is all you need to get you up when life gets you down. We made a playlist to inspire you when you need a little push to take on the world. From Tom Petty’s “I Won’t Back Down” to the Moana soundtrack’s “How Far I’ll Go,” this playlist spans a variety […]
Art by Peau Porotesano Pepperdine students are encouraged often to find ways to give back and serve their community. Working at Pepperdine Graphic Media is a form of service that comes with more than a few perks. PGM offers a variety of jobs and experiences. Students not only create articles and opinion pieces like this […]
Peggy Grande (alumna ’90) returned to Pepperdine to tell stories about her new book, “The President Will See You Now”