As cliché as it may sound, life is made most enjoyable when laughing and connecting with pals around you. Life and Arts Editor Beth Gonzales shares her good news comes from re-connecting with friends and loved ones after being abroad this past spring.
What is seemingly one of the most talked about films this year, Olivia Wilde’s “Don’t Worry Darling” touches on utopia and hidden secrets. The film stars Harry Styles and Florence Pugh and includes much off-screen drama.
Certain organizations globally are fighting for period product access. Life & Arts Editor Beth Gonzales believes period poverty is a pressing issue in both the United States and beyond.
It is not uncommon for one’s favorite film or TV show to be adapted from a novel. Recent adaptations such as “Bullet Train” and “The Summer I Turned Pretty” soared in popularity, and many such as “My Policeman” are soon releasing.
The 2022 spring abroad session is in full swing and attending students are immersing themselves in PE classes unique to their program. If not in PE, students are hiking, attending games and even horseback riding.
Pepperdine offers six globally diverse study abroad programs for students to take advantage of, most commonly in their sophomore year. Abroad Correspondent Beth Gonzales reports the daily life of students in the London, England program after a year of cancellations.
The Pepperdine community and fellow experts speak out on how opinions form and why they are important in developing a true meaning of self. Whether faith, entertainment, politics or more — opinions play a massive role on a college campus and throughout one’s life.
Hispanic Studies Professor Roshawnda Derrick said she is passionate about ending the stigmatism surrounding code-switching among bilingual speakers. Derrik is determined to help students develop a deepened cultural worldview.
Music is a language that transcends all cultures — students and staff reflect on their background and the role music plays. With 6,500 languages in the world, music shows that it is a small world after all.
In the new comedy “Licorice Pizza” Alana Haim stars alongside Cooper Hoffman in a treacherous 1970s San Fernando Valley love story. The fast-paced film fuses silly with the serious, as an entrepreneurial teen and insecure adult wonder if romance can ever be possible.