Photo courtesy of Stacey Lee Gobir As a first generation Korean-American, Stacey Lee Gobir has devoted her life’s work to challenging negative stigmas associated with mental health services. Lee Gobir, who earned a bachelor’s degree in creative writing and a master’s degree in Dispute Resolution from Pepperdine, is now a coordinator for the Health, Wellness […]
Students discuss the impact body modifications could have in the work environment.
Some work better to the crow of the early bird, others to the hoot of the night owl. India native Jaibir Nihal Singh fights against the stigma surrounding night owls in America.
Every drug addiction has an impact that extends beyond the individual battling this dependency, but pregnant women must consider the possible effects their decisions have on their developing children.
Pepperdine Active Minds, a club that was recently established on campus, aims to cultivate conversation about mental health
Pepperdine students sport various ink designs as tattoo culture gradually expands.
Graphics by Rachel Littauer The stigma behind seeking mental health treatment at Pepperdine is going away— slowly but surely. Pepperdine University is home to approximately 3,500 undergraduate students, all of whom are eligible for free services at the Pepperdine Counseling Center. Use of the counseling center has increased dramatically over the years, according to Counseling […]
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