For over a year, alumna Channa Steinmetz (2020) reported on a workplace sexual assault investigation that occurred within DPS during the Spring of 2019.
Sexual assault is pervasive on college campuses across the nation, yet many students believe Pepperdine is exempt. Student leaders and staff discuss the reality of sexual assault on campus, including prevention education.
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A look into what happens when a student employee accuses another student employee of sexual misconduct.
In 2020, social media and feminist movements cannot be considered mutually exclusive.
Currents Magazine surveyed over 200 students about feminism.
Pepperdine’s community alerts about sexual assault should be in-line with police alerts, and the terms need a clear definition.
Christine Blasey Ford publicly came out with sexual assault allegations four days before the Senate Judiciary Committee was set to confirm Brett Kavanaugh
An examination into the procedures behind Title IX analyzes Pepperdine’s and other universities’ responses to sexual assault cases.
Editor’s Note: A name has been changed to protect a source’s identity. “This is someone I knew already, and it was just weird. It was just a weird side of him I never saw.” Former Pepperdine student Sarah Doe (name changed) began her evening at an off-campus house rented by members of a Greek fraternity […]