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Graphic by Nate Barton A few weeks prior to graduation, nostalgic self-reflection has brutally ousted all work ethic. One productive outcome of my slight emotional instability — besides making academic stress seem comparatively small — is that it’s made me think back on my time at Pepperdine critically. I think more about the words I’ve […]
Audience participates in immigration and feminism debates by Tweeting #wavesdebate
Pepperdine warns students of highly contagious outbreak
“I think a big piece in this that was missing from the entire investigation was context,” Brittney Patag wrote.
“On a campus that feels like summer camp, teeming with hammocks and Converse high tops, there’s actually a surprising amount of adult undergrads who have worked, traveled, gotten married and even fought in war before coming to Pepperdine”
If you don’t know Rico, that’s our first problem. He used to man Pepperdine’s coffee cart, but now works at the ambiguous Starbucks/sushi station in the Caf. I’m a regular at nearly every caffeine distributor on campus — even when it exists within the vicinity of seafood — and Rico has yet to hand me […]
All right, LA. We’ve tried your acaí bowls, your brunch spots, your trendy rooftop bars. What else you got?
“I want our community to do what we can to erase hatred, bias and behavior that is aimed to hurt and maim, not inform and strengthen” – President Andrew K. Benton
Many students unaware that off-campus marijuana has “never been on the table”