Pepperdine’s sorority life increases with the addition of a new Latina sorority — Lambda Theta Nu. Seeking more representation and inclusivity on campus, the founders are starting an organization that will help Latina women feel empowered.
Religion Professor and Associate Dean of Seaver College Kindy De Long said she found her calling at Pepperdine and credits her mentors for encouraging her to expand intellectually and spiritually. She said she aims to mentor students to discover their vocations as well.
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.
The Pepperdine Women’s Basketball season came to an end against PCH rival Loyola Marymount on March 4. The Waves look to rebuild and improve for next season.
Currents Editor Makena Huey shares her perspective on feminism and her aspirations for this edition of the magazine.
A Currents survey found that 84% of 134 female students have been catcalled and 93% have felt unsafe because of their gender.
Although women have served the church in many capacities throughout history, women acting as public leaders within the church continues to be controversial, and some women still feel the psychological effects.
We’ve all heard about the wage gap, but what is it really?
Museum Director Michael Zakian’s final exhibition at the Weisman showcases the works of renowned sculptor Auguste Rodin.
International organization for women’s leadership invites business students and faculty to learn from female executives.