I have always been fascinated by humans. I love asking someone about their life story, and about their hopes and dreams, because it reminds me that we all have our own individual passions to pursue. It is only through our structured and saturated world that we develop the categorization of people as ‘good’ and ‘bad.’ […]
When it comes to access to abortion, all voices deserve to be heard.
You never know who you will meet in line at Starbucks.
Fast fashion is running out of style, and millennials and Generation Z-er’s are leading the way.
In a city that does not stop for anyone, this is the story of one girl who is just trying to keep up.
A guide from Pepperdine’s Industry Specialist Yeneba Smith on how to get started and finish strong in the race to secure a summer internship
Give2Pepp is gearing up for their annual 37 hour giving day, and while donations are appreciated, the focus is donors, not dollars.
The Presidential Search Committee and students respond to Freedom Wall display that questions diversity among the five finalists slated for the university’s 8th president
As the #MeToo movement takes over the media, Christians struggle with finding a line between forgiving sexual perpetrators and seeking justice for survivors
Pepperdine students express their opinions of Kavanaugh’s confirmation, and they urge their peers to join the conversation