The Graphic doesn’t spout biased opinions but curates unbiased perspectives for anyone willing. It’s time for the Graphic to be more transparent and open about what really goes on in the Perspectives section.
Club Conversations create a dialogue with organizations on campus to take a step back and look at a complex issue in the community so that everyone can come together in finding a solution. With the help of Perspectives Editor Anitiz Muonagolu, March for Our Lives Pepperdine reminds all of us that gun violence is more than just mass shootings and the Second Amendment.
The COVID-19 virus can cross into the brain and cause a vast array of mental health issues, ranging from brain fog to severe anxiety, depression and psychosis. For a school that values the fruits of the mind, Pepperdine should protect staff and student health best through mandatory vaccination.
Editor’s Note: Opinions expressed in letters to the editor are those of the author, and publication in the Graphic in no way represents an endorsement. This space is provided to allow public response and commentary on articles and issues which are covered by the Graphic and important to its readership. This letter was originally published […]
Looking for jobs can be stressful if done incorrectly. For students, LinkedIn is perhaps not the best place to search for jobs or connect with professionals.
Professors and students alike have struggled to get accustomed to virtual modality. Now, both are sharing what has or hasn’t worked thus far and how things can change moving forward.
Under the guise of anti-racism, the Student Wellness Advisory Board and the Student Government Association used Pepperdine’s Campus Life fee to promote an ideology of collective guilt and racial division.
Is it fair that Chick-fil-A made it onto campus before most students? Pepperdine must come together to bring all students back on campus.
With K-pop becoming a global phenomenon — thanks to the prominence of several Korean artists such as Psy and BTS — it has allowed Korean culture to flourish throughout many industries. However, the ever-growing genre of music has also caused many individuals to essentially fetishize Korean culture — failing to look beyond K-pop’s triumph and into the more tragic side of Korean culture.
In light of recent racial injustices, many POC may turn to the Christian Church as a source of refuge and hope. Unfortunately, the church has not always supported these members — so, what are ways it can support them now?