Art by Caitlin Roark Fifty people were indicted in a college admission bribery scandal Tuesday, March 12. The case concluded that parents involved in the scheme paid a total of $25 million to William Singer, a college admission consultant, between 2011 and 2019. They used a private college test preparation organizer to arrange for another […]
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Art by Peau Porotesano Walking into a museum exhibit, the layout is intentionally designed so that the eye gets drawn to either the biggest piece or the most important piece. Often, they are the same thing. Museum curators plot their exhibits around an idea or a person they consider to be the most important takeaway […]
The threat of terrorist attacks should not keep students from enjoying their time abroad
Art by Sybil Zhang Natural disasters can turn an otherwise normal day into a test of survival. The devastating impact of Hurricane Harvey in Houston, wildfires still burning in La Tuna, and fires recently extinguished in Malibu highlight the importance of being prepared for emergency situations. Students — especially commuter students — need to make […]
Art by Peau Porotesano Although sometimes it can seem as if student government is a trivial group and the results of the election don’t matter, this is not the case. The Student Government Association (SGA) is a proactive group elected by the student body that advocates on behalf of the student body to the administration, […]
Art by Peau Porotesano Pepperdine students are encouraged often to find ways to give back and serve their community. Working at Pepperdine Graphic Media is a form of service that comes with more than a few perks. PGM offers a variety of jobs and experiences. Students not only create articles and opinion pieces like this […]
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