COVID-19 has shaped the way people share their opinions and think about those of others, whether on social media or in real life. Students say everyone has some type of opinion about COVID-19 and social media could be aiding in the spread of people’s opinions about the pandemic.
Students speak out about their hopes for Pepperdine’s potential GE curriculum changes, expected to be implemented by fall 2023. New requirements will bring a culture shift to Pepperdine, and students have opinions on what this should look like.
A need for parking has become a widely discussed topic at the start of the fall 2021 semester. With the largest first-year class ever and the elimination of several parking spots due to COVID-19 testing sites and construction, many Waves are finding parking is an added stressor.
Currents Magazine surveyed over 200 students about feminism.
The transit department met with fourteen students in two separate sessions for feedback and suggestions.
The search committee released the three finalists for the IP Dean position on Tuesday, Feb. 5
Art by Caitlin Roark When you wake up in the morning, what’s the first thing that you do? Make some coffee, check your phone or finish up some last-minute homework? When you’re walking to your next class, what do you do? Smile at those passing by, check your notifications or enjoy your surroundings? If you […]
Art by Ally Armstrong On paper, Pepperdine seems like the perfect place for students to have their best, liveliest years with its gorgeous views, D-1 sport games and impressive academics. In truth, though, almost 70 percent of students indicated having felt moderately to very lonely during the past semester, according to a recent survey conducted […]
Research shows that there is no timeline of physical intimacy that people follow through the course of their lives. That’s why social comparison is arbitrary when it comes to first kisses.