Art by Madeline Duvall My cousin, Emily, is a survivor of the Route 91 Harvest Country Festival massacre in Las Vegas on Oct 1, 2017. She was one of the lucky ones who escaped the ordeal with no physical injuries. But as we walked together on March 24 in Los Angeles during the March For […]
Photo Courtesy of Tim Horton Genesis 1:1-25 describes the creation of the world as told by the Bible. As God created the world, starting with darkness to light, water to land, it is written that: “The land produced vegetation … and all the creatures that move along the ground according to their kinds. And God […]
The online fundraiser kicked off another successful drive to bring in funds.
Graphic by Nate Barton Students have noticed that it takes an exceptionally long time to get through the line at the campus Starbucks. Many students have braved the wait, but trust me, the real bravery is standing behind that counter. I’ve worked at the Starbucks on campus since the middle of last semester, and I […]
It’s important not just to work for the six-digit salary but to find work that is genuinely enjoyable
Make Convocation an experience, not just another lecture.
Christians sometimes struggle with accepting their mental health issues and getting outside help.
Language education in America needs a major reboot.
It’s important for students to recognize art as a form of expression, as a venue for social change and for celebrating the efforts of the artists themselves.
Pepperdine and other Christian communities should reconsider their stance on sex