The art world, in all of its iterations, is structured in a way that puts those in lower socioeconomic classes at a disadvantage.
JUUL pens are the latest fad in the smoking community, but how are Pepperdine students reacting?
Photo courtesy of Pepperdine Public Relations James A. Gash, associate dean of the Pepperdine School of Law, will succeed Andrew K. Benton as the eighth president and CEO of Pepperdine University, according to a press release from Pepperdine University Public Relations. “Pepperdine has always been a story of unbridled progress and never more so than […]
Art by Aliya Edwards Before she found a home at Agoura Bible Fellowship, freshman Rachel Stull visited about seven churches but none of them were a perfect fit. “Honestly, the bottom line has been just finding something that feels normal,” Stull said. “There’s been a lot of my suitemates and I just visiting churches and […]
The Office of Community Standards maintains that they have the student body’s best interests at heart, but the student body disagrees
Community members wait hours to donate blood to shooting victims
The staff discusses whether or not brands should be social advocates.
The beginning of the school year often brings love life woes to the front of one’s mind, but be sure to take time to love yourself.
Photos by Sherry Yang Convenience comes with a cost. Whether it’s one-click ordering with Amazon or the self-driving Tesla, society finds new (and often expensive) ways to do the least amount of work to satisfy daily needs, and this doesn’t stop at food. In this era of foodies, sliced bread is hardly innovative compared to […]
Earlier this year, J.K. Stein published her journal entries that follow her five-year experience with sexual assault and a prestigious director.