Photos by Terra Atwood This isn’t about food. This isn’t about skin and bones. This is about stories and battles. Every eating disorder is a distinctive experience – these are the accounts of Pepperdine students who live with them every day. Mackie O’Malley, Freshman Freshman Mackie O’Malley ended up at Pepperdine because of her therapist. […]
Photo Courtesy of Mark Demick As an elementary school student, Mark Demick was sent to the principal’s office. “At the time, there was a kid that was bullying me,” Mark Demick said. One day, Demick found a pin near his desk and put it through his shoe so it stuck out. “The bully decided to […]
Photo by Matt Benton As a child, Hung Le’s favorite game to play was “Coming to America.” “We used to take these suitcases, and we would pretend we were going to America,” Le said. “That was the Promised Land.” Within the suitcases, which Le referred to as “war kits,” were family pictures, clothes, a little […]
Photos Courtesy of Makay Manis “I want to tell truths that you might not see based on your first glance,” junior Claire Fagin said. “I think that’s why I don’t like taking pictures of landscapes. The ocean is beautiful every day, but people are going to have good days and bad days, and I think […]
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