Student Affairs modified its pricing model for wellness services and expanded resources at the Student Health Center, Counseling Center, Student Care Team and Title IX Office. Starting fall 2022, students will pay a flat rate Wellness Fee to fund the changes.
For some on campus, it seems like it’s easier to get punished for having consensual sex than it is for a student to get punished for possibly committing a Title IX offense.
For over a year, alumna Channa Steinmetz (2020) reported on a workplace sexual assault investigation that occurred within DPS during the Spring of 2019.
While March can serve as a time to honor the women in one’s life, it must also be a time for reflection on the darker reality of women’s safety. Pepperdine must address the lack of safety for the women on campus.
La Shonda Coleman discusses her promotion from Title IX coordinator for students to associate vice president and University Title IX coordinator. This role combines her existing duties with increased interaction and training with faculty and staff.
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.
Title IX, a famous piece of legislation for women in college sports, greatly increases opportunities and financial aid available to female student-athletes. However, the law’s drawbacks and loopholes have drawn criticism in recent years as college sports become more and more expensive.
Pepperdine’s student-athletes and coaches compare with talent more so than numbers to familiar in-state opponents. With a small student population in a competitive area, the Waves have surprising amounts of high-caliber teams annually.
Pepperdine made changes to the Student Code of Conduct to reflect new guidelines on Title IX and provide interim protocol for COVID-19.
A look into what happens when a student employee accuses another student employee of sexual misconduct.