You can also access the full issue here: https://issuu.com/pgm-pepperdinegraphicmedia/docs/finalpagesonline Table of Contents Letter from the Editor Defining Feminism Olivia Robinson: Learning from Literature Feminism in the United States: A Storied History If It Isn’t Intersectional, It Isn’t Feminism Cyndia Clegg: Breaking Barriers on Campus Unapologetically Her: Defying Expectations of Motherhood Elizabeth Chung: Leading with […]
A Pepperdine senior looks to literature as a way to educate herself about feminism and expand the conversation around it.
Junior Elizabeth Chung discusses her perspective on feminism and how leadership styles aren’t one-size-fits-all.
A senior grew to embrace the ideals of feminism after first taking a summer class at Pepperdine.
Photo by Chad Jimenez “My family influences me because they have been there for me since day one and they always support me and motivate me to do what I love. My friends and family are what really defines me. I like to be really intentional with every relationship that I have rather than just […]
Incoming Freshman Christina Stratton embodies what it means to be a true Pepperdine student, actively living out the University’s mission of purpose, service, and leadership in her daily life.