Students with large followings on TikTok are speaking on the social media app taking over entertainment. They say it’s due to the short viewership attention span that has happened over time.
In a fast-moving world, students are taking a break with ASMR, auditory relaxation for those looking to improve their mantra. As “ASMRtists” create and fans keep listening – the community becomes more powerful.
Senior Hailey Serrano downloaded Tiktok in 2019 on a whim, but little did she know she would soon gain a following on the app to share her faith with.
Photo courtesy of Tiger Ashtiani Tigers symbolize fierceness, courage and confidence. It comes as no surprise that senior advertising major Tiger Ashtiani embodies the significance of his name. Moving from the small town of Coeur D’Alene, Idaho, to the huge and vibrant city of Los Angeles was a dream come true for the aspiring television […]
Exercising remotely, whether through a Zoom class or a YouTube video, has become a popular alternative for individuals who want to keep up their personal health. Students and faculty discuss how they are working out and how other students can be motivated to do the same in a time where gyms and fitness classes are not accessible to everyone.
Freshman Zac Mossin shares about his favorite YouTube show, MONEYPIT.
Be cautious as society discreetly replaces professional news outlets with YouTube influencers.
A behind the scenes look at the production of the Fall 2019 edition of Currents Magazine: Challenging the Perceptions of Light & Dark.
Student, DJ and music producer Rowland Evans opens up about his creative life as a night owl.
The seventh installment of Fresh Faces introduces Kait Ward to the Pepperdine community. Ward discusses her love of dance, personal goals and future.