Multidimensional Identity is a profile piece series highlighting minority students who belong to unique and/or underrepresented identity groups at Pepperdine University. This series focuses on the intersection of a student’s multidimensional identities and how they shape the student’s Pepperdine experience.
Junior Hikari Matsumoto lives in Seaside Residence Hall. Matsumoto argues there should be a store, just like Nature’s Edge, located near or inside Seaside.
Pepperdine University is in the top 50 National Universities again. Maintaining this position for many years is great, but how can Pepperdine go above the top 50 rankings?
It would be an inconsiderate assumption to say everyone at Pepperdine feels at home. The University must take more steps to promote diversity, equity and inclusion in and out of classrooms.
In the age of social media, investigative journalism is evolving. News literacy is crucial in distinguishing between quality journalism and tabloids.
Looking for jobs can be stressful if done incorrectly. For students, LinkedIn is perhaps not the best place to search for jobs or connect with professionals.
Seaver students continue to exemplify academic success in the midst of COVID-19. More than 370 Seaver students earned the Dean’s List honor in fall 2020.
Asian people in the United States have been experiencing overt racism ever since the mid-1800s. People must educate themselves on history and not use it as justification to spread hate.
Is it fair that Chick-fil-A made it onto campus before most students? Pepperdine must come together to bring all students back on campus.
International students should be given the opportunity to test out of some introductory-level classes. All students deserve equal educational opportunities at Pepperdine.