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.
In an effort to combat racial inequality at Pepperdine, ethnic studies should be a required general education course. Such courses will further connect Pepperdine’s diverse community and address concerning matters to establish a positive change toward promoting equality.
“Accepting all the good and bad about someone. It’s a great thing to aspire to. The hard part is actually doing it.” ― Sarah Dessen
Can the GOP survive #NeverTrump?
Pepperdine’s oldest tradition faces scrutiny, but let us not forget the main message it embraces
Art by Peau Porotesano Living in Malibu is a pleasure in itself. The beaches are clean, the places to eat and shop are well-maintained, and plenty of friendly Malibugans will talk to you if you have the time. As lovely as the beachin’ city is, the fruits of American consumerism stand in elegant ivory houses […]