Art by Caitlin Roark Flashing sirens, stunned and dismayed survivors, devastated loved ones and utter heartbreak have become all-too-common images defining the latest tragedy to grip the United States. With 340 mass shootings reported in 2018, it is evident that America is facing a serious and dangerous epidemic of gun violence that has left countless […]
Art by Caitlin Roark As yet another school year begins to wind down, the prospect of summer brings joy and excitement to students on campus. For graduating seniors, summer will mark the end of their undergraduate careers, and that realization brings about a certain level of both excitement and anxiety. With this end in sight, […]
Lack of parking continues to drain students’ time, prompting the need for innovative solutions.
Art by Ally Armstrong Several Armenian students at Pepperdine responded in disbelief to reports of Turkish flags hanging from their alma maters. “When I first saw the pictures of the flags on my school, I couldn’t believe it … I couldn’t believe that in this day and age, people would do such a stupid, childish […]
Art by Caitlin Roark The Freshman 15 is a term referring to the belief among college students that the experiences of a first-year college student lead to a weight gain of about 15 pounds. Much of this sudden weight gain is sometimes attributed to the unfamiliar sources of stress incoming college students are faced with, […]
Art by Caitlin Roark The announcement of Ben Shapiro’s visit to Pepperdine came with a plethora of reactions, from praise and excitement to anger and frustration. In the midst of this potentially tumultuous time, various Pepperdine student groups united in order to organize a respectful yet stern response to Mr. Shapiro’s visit. Rather than protesting […]
It is easy to fear something we don’t necessarily understand, but in these modern times, it is even easier to grasp opportunities for understanding.
Listening to the concerns of teachers ensures the success of students.