Closed-note exams hold students back from learning skills they will need in their careers. All exams should be open-note to teach people how to be resourceful and find reliable information quickly, as well as to ease unnecessary anxiety.
Pepperdine University experienced a spike in COVID-19 cases this spring semester and it is only a week into it. This issue could potentially be an ongoing one, so there needs to be more clarity when it comes to protocols.
The Career Center, Navigate and LinkedIn Learning are resources Pepperdine students have access to that can help them across academic planning, professional development and achieving their career goals. These resources are all accessible online even as students remain off campus.
Art by Madeline Duvall Security, as derived from Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, is one of our most basic functions before the procession to other necessities like socializing or “self-actualization,” according to Psychology Today. With safety as a crucial component in our daily lives, humans don’t question its vitality. It’s common sense: From childhood, people are […]
Art by Peau Porotesano The ongoing construction of Payson Library has had an enormous impact on student life in the 2016-17 school year. Students no longer have immediate access to the thousands of books, DVDs and CDs they had in previous years, and for many, a primary place of study is gone. There are still […]