Freshmen houses Crocker, Eaton, Knott and J. Pen brought home the win for Best Chant, whereas freshmen and transfer houses Eden, Shafer, Krown Alpha and Krown Beta swept the skit category.
Graphic by Nate Barton Capitol Hill has been buzzing the past couple weeks with bipartisan efforts to move forward with health care. Senator Lamar Alexander’s (R-TN) new plan to replace the Affordable Care Act has “gotten a boost from the CBO,” according to Jennifer Rubin’s article, “On health care, Sen. Lamar Alexander got what no […]
Art by Peau Porotesano It’s the most notorious buzzword of the past decade, the moniker of a generation that is simultaneously characterized as startlingly innovative and impossibly overindulged: Millennials. Maybe you’ve heard of them? As the generation born between the early 1980s and 2000s, Millennials make up an overwhelming majority of Pepperdine’s student population. In […]
American-Taliban trade is the new foreign policy.
Attorney General Eric Holder announced his resignation Sept. 25 at a press conference in the White House. Holder, who served as the United States’ first black attorney general for six years, will continue in his role until a successor is found. Despite Pepperdine’s distance from Washington, D.C., Pepperdine law professor and former federal judge Bruce […]