Universities across the nation deal with challenges to online learning after shifting to remote class for the remainder of the semester. Science offers some solutions for both students and professors.
Greta Thunberg’s idea of climate change and peace does not line up with the ideas of the Nobel Peace Prize committee.
David Epstein argues the case for learning how to think.
Why conspiracy theories create a toxic and mistrustful environment.
Students can find motivation to travel and explore after realizing they might have the 7R travel gene.
“Annihilation” is is an ambitious film but overall disappointing.
Jeffery Hoffman explains the future of commercial space travel.
Play-based education, such as Waldorf education, changes the world of education for young children.
Art by Jessica Ragsdale Dr. Eugene Gu was well on his way to a breakthrough that could save lives, according to Laura Bassett’s article, “How House Republicans Derailed a Scientist Whose Research Could Save Lives,” published Nov. 3 by The Huffington Post. In 2014, Gu was the first person to successfully implant the heart and […]
Photo by Symphony Barnes Starting this year, Pepperdine’s incoming Biology students have the opportunity to be a part of a new Natural Science Division program, First-Year Students As Scholars (SAS). The program enrolls first-year Biology majors in one of four different first-year seminar courses. The first of the four seminar options is “Plant Adaptation to […]