For many students, Fraternity and Sorority Life represents a place of acceptance and community, but what do those values look like for LGBTQ+ students? Members of Pepperdine’s Greek life discuss their experiences.
Pepperdine senior Cairo Walsh joins Celine and Anitiz to discuss Pride month and the intersectionality as a BIPOC and a Queer individual.
Why is religion the biggest reason behind discrimination? The Equality Act is heading toward the Senate floor and everyone should get behind it — and stop saying it violates religious freedom.
It’s more than just an acronym. The letters L, G, B, T, Q and more represent a whole population of identities.
When the liberal nature of Coachella gets really conservative.
Photo courtesy of Scott Hutchins Editor’s Note: When being interviewed for this article, Scott Hutchins stated he preferred the use of the male pronouns. After sitting tensely in front of his computer for two hours, junior Scott Hutchins submitted a Facebook post that he said he had been waiting to post since the beginning of […]
Photos by Milan Loiacono Crossroads tabled in Joslyn Plaza on Tuesday, Oct. 11 in honor of National Coming Out Day to honor the LGBTQ community on campus. Crossroads President and senior Cameron Hart shared his journey of coming out in light of the Oct. 11 celebration. This year was the 28th anniversary of National […]
Art by Kylie Meyers One of the biggest changes to Pepperdine’s harassment policy occurred early this year but, President Andrew K. Benton said, it will not have an affect on the operation of the university or the treatment of its students. “People are reading way too much into this, I think,” said Benton. “Pepperdine often […]
Photo courtesy of Haley Videckis The next trial date for the discrimination lawsuit against Pepperdine, a case in which University staff members allegedly discriminated against two student athletes suspected of engaging in a homosexual relationship, will be determined at a scheduling conference on March 3, according to the United States District Court. As mentioned in […]
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