Reporters at Pepperdine Graphic Media share their experiences as student journalists during a national election and their thoughts on the projected results.
Voting in local elections is just as important as the presidential election. Voters should do their research to make informed decisions that impact themselves and those that matter to them.
Spooky season is upon us. As we inch into an election-year October, headlines get scarier by the second.
Ten students share their voting plans as the 2020 election season begins in March.
ICC opens up campus-wide presidential search as their current president graduates
Art by Ally Armstrong This column serves as the voice of the Black Student Association and is written by Amani McCalleb, a member of the BSA e-board. The time that many people have been anticipating has finally come around: Midterm elections. With political tensions at an all-time high over the last year or two, movements […]
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 Politics may be a polarizing topic, but I think there is one thing that many can agree on: American presidential campaigns are too long. At this point, the election in still more than a month away, but we have been hearing about it for almost two years. Ted Cruz, the first […]
We should be focusing on educating ourselves as voters.
Data Collection and Visualization by Hope Hesslen Freshman Jake Amble said he is doing whatever it takes to follow the upcoming presidential election, even if that means he has to watch presidential debates in the lobby of his dorm. “We may very well be witnessing the craziest election in modern American history,” Amble said. “We […]