As credit card scams get more sophisticated, banks and individuals adapt by taking new preventative measures.
College students born after 1995 are the first generation to spend their adolescence with smartphones in the “iGen: Understanding the Smartphone Generation” lecture.
Pepperdine students sport various ink designs as tattoo culture gradually expands.
Graphic by Nate Barton I have never shied away from the label “feminist.” I tacked it on to the list of adjectives and identifiers I associated with myself since its true meaning had been unveiled to me my sophomore year of high school. It joined the ranks of awkward, quiet, INFJ, and mayonnaise-averse in the […]
Graphic by Nate Barton A few months back, I was an avid Senator Bernie Sanders supporter. I was sick and tired of the discriminatory verbiage of GOP nominee Donald Trump and simultaneously sick and tired of the classic manipulative political lingo of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. I finally found Sanders, a candidate who had been […]
Art by Peau Porotesano Generational terms have commonly been used to spread negative stereotypes about a certain age group. Time Magazine published an article by Joel Stein on May 20, 2013 titled “Millenials: The Me Me Me Generation,” which claims that the Millenial generation is the most narcissistic, lazy and egotistical generation because they were […]
‘Wait, you didn’t hear about that? It was blowing up my newsfeed last night.’
Art by Christine Nelson I remember starting at Pepperdine with a young mind that didn’t know anything about either people or the real world. It was a time of new friends, amazing fun and learning so much about life. It seemed to be a golden age for my life, and I felt I was exactly […]