Graphic by Jessica Ragsdale Chances are that you could quickly categorize each news network by political affiliation. Media bias has become a frequent topic during the 2016 election cycle, but media bias did not suddenly appear during the 2016 election. American news, broadcast, print and digital have been slowly separating into increasingly partisan views for […]
Art by Peau Porotesano Pepperdine, by its very nature as a university, is full of multi-talented people, which is why it’s easy to feel outmatched by the natural talents of those around you. Talent does play a role in success, as Caroline Gregory’s Jan. 7, 2016 article “The Problem With Favoring Natural Talent Over Hard […]
Art by Christine Nelson As people come back from spring break and Project Serve, social media become inundated with pictures of mission work around the country and the world. It’s easy and OK to be entranced by the idea of traveling far, far away to help others on some distant continent, but sometimes that keeps […]
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