The Senior Spotlight is a weekly series that gives seniors the opportunity to share their accomplishments and advice with the Pepperdine community. Senior Mary Buffaloe discusses her role as president of Crossroads Gender and Sexuality Alliance club and her experience studying abroad in Lausanne.
Pepperdine prides itself on being a Christian institution with a mission of purpose, service and leadership — but what does that mean for female and LGBTQ+ students?
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.
The history of feminism in the United States is complex and multi-faceted, just like the women who fought for gender equality.
As a self-described feminist, Brandon Easley strives for gender equality and hopes to one day see a world that is equal and unbiased for both sexes.
We’ve all heard about the wage gap, but what is it really?
Biden’s promise to run alongside a woman puts America one step closer to progress, but it is also attracting bi-partisan hate.
Thousands gathered at Pershing Square for the third annual Women’s March in Los Angeles. Among them, some Pepperdine students!
Pepperdine students participated in the third annual Women’s March, labelled “Truth to Power”