How has Twitter become reflective of community amongst students?
As the world witnesses a shift from religiosity, it leaves many who are devoutly religious questioning the future of their identity in American culture.
Art by Peau Porotesano Millennials, those born from the years 1982 to 2000, are often defined by a number of negative stereotypes. Lisa Hovey remarked how she frequently hears the complaint that millennials are “lazy, selfish and entitled,” in “Why Your Office’s Millennials Aren’t Lazy, Selfish and Entitled,” published Feb. 6, 2017 by Fortune. But […]
Graphic by Nate Barton Dear student, Relax. I know, I know: you have a 20-page paper due tomorrow that you’ve barely touched, it’s April and you’re still hunting for an internship, or you’re graduating on the 29th and you have no idea where your life is headed. Relax. You’re already doing better than you think […]
Image by Nate Barton Labeling something as “free” does not make it free — someone always must pay the cost. After carefully considering the Election and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s proposal for free college, its flaws become quite evident, as supported by Bob Luebke’s article “Why Free College Tuition Is a Bad Idea,” published Feb. […]
Art by Peau Porotesano When I met with my career counselor last year, she told me that I would most likely switch my career seven times in my life. This advice ran counter to my mom’s advice of sticking to one career for the rest of my life. I’m not the only Millennial receiving this […]
Art by Peau Porotesano It’s the most notorious buzzword of the past decade, the moniker of a generation that is simultaneously characterized as startlingly innovative and impossibly overindulged: Millennials. Maybe you’ve heard of them? As the generation born between the early 1980s and 2000s, Millennials make up an overwhelming majority of Pepperdine’s student population. In […]
Since Woodstock, music festivals have become synonymous with freedom of
expression and youthful hedonism. But In the contemporary milieu of consumerism and mass communication, music festivals might be creating a different legacy.
Pepperdine’s new Financial Literacy Program, started by Seaver alumnus Derek Stoutland, aims at informing students of basic financial concepts. Within the program, a first-year seminar class called Money Management for Millennials (GSBA 199.01) and an elective course called Personal Finance (BA 320), both taught by Brian Thomason, are available to students. The program is also […]