News: Pepperdine Honors Black History Month Good News: The Joy of a Chair Early Admits Commit to Fall 2022 A Day in the Life of Study Abroad: London Program Edition Pepperdine’s Newest Summer Program Flies to Uganda Eighth Annual Global Learning Week Promotes Global Citizenry Pepperdine’s Graduate Schools Establish a Rhythm in COVID-19 Protocol SGA […]
Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to just be a day to love a significant other, it can also be a time to spread love to those around you. This Valentine’s Day, members of the Pepperdine community should learn to spread love rather than hate on campus.
News: International Programs Back in Full Swing for the Spring Good News: New Year, New Beginnings Conquering Isolation One Day at a Time Perspectives: Opinion: The Community Must Be More Aware Of Pepperdine’s Positive Protocols Opinion: Watch Your Words Opinion: How to Get Better at Growing Up Life and Arts: Shop Til You Drop — […]
Table of Contents 4. Everybody Has One: Letter From the Editor 6-11. Are All Opinions Equal? Students, Faculty Weigh the Costs of Sharing Their Beliefs 12. Elija Gatling Encourages Mindful Social Media Use 13. Chloe McLeod Champions Collaboration Over Competition 14. Prof. Colin Enriquez Pushes for the Importance of Diverse Humanities 15. Prof. Tomas Martinez […]
Table of Contents Letter from the Editor Infographic: Statistics of Pepperdine and Beyond What is Global Citizenship? Infographic: Interconnected Zachary Luben Elevates Adoptee Voices Pepperdine Students Engage in Global Opportunities After Graduation Poem: X is for Faith and National Identity Singer-Songwriter Leilani Frailich Makes Multilingual Music Recipe: Chicken Fried Rice Love Knows No Bounds Nicole […]
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There are certain words in my vocabulary today that wouldn’t have existed a year ago. COVID-19, a global pandemic, mask mandates. County lockdown, city curfews, closed borders, purple tier, red tier, orange tier. Gen-Z’ers using humor as a coping mechanism through TikTok, calling it a parallelogram, pandemonium, panoramic. Certain phrases that have become more apparent […]
The train rocks back and forth On the edge of the Earth, it seems. Valley and falls below, And above us, snowy white peaks. Deeper into the unknown we trek, But we do not know how to rest. We are pilgrims of the modern era, Social media taught us how to see. We are pioneers […]
News: Friends Pay Tribute to Student Killed in Hit-and-Run Traffic Collision Students Adjust to Abroad Amid Changing Travel Policies Good News: Taking Time To Be Thankful Three Years Later: Pepperdine Remembers the Borderline Shooting and Woolsey Fire Students Look to Office for Community Belonging for Actions Toward Inclusivity Life & Arts: Student Director Fulfills Leadership […]
As students reacclimate to in-person classes, the Graphic argues a longer Thanksgiving break would be very beneficial. The Graphic has added some possible solutions as well.