People’s behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic serves as a reminder that Americans are desensitized to mass death and violence. While this is a product of technology’s infinite capabilities and cannot be reversed, we must never stop caring about the pain of those around us.
Unpopular opinion: Society shouldn’t cancel “cancel culture.” Like all good things, people shouldn’t allow the actions of a few extremists to demean positive social change.
Spooky season is upon us. As we inch into an election-year October, headlines get scarier by the second.
September is National Suicide Prevention Month, but promoting a kinder, more welcoming society should be a priority every month. Physical health problems typically warrant visits to the doctor, days off from work and customized treatment plans: Mental health concerns should be treated with the same respect and delicacy.
Trump isn’t trying to hide his intentions behind suppressing voters; people on every side of the political spectrum should be concerned.
More evidence reveals racism at Pepperdine. While this is unfortunately not surprising, it is completely unacceptable.
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?
Students have no voice as they pay for Pepperdine’s expensive decisions and indecisive leadership.
Respect that every student copes with this difficult time differently; allow them to choose which method of learning suits them best.
Students and alumni speak out against Pepperdine’s “hurtful,” “disappointing” and “laughable” response to George Floyd’s death.