Gender identity does not always align with what’s in a person’s pants or their chromosomes — it dives into a person’s perception of themself.
Feminism looks and feels different for everyone, but the underlying theme is equality.
A senior started SQD, Ink., a nonprofit that delivers groceries to elderly or individuals with immunodeficiencies during quarantine for free.
Constance Fulmer requested donations in her memory to support a scholarship benefitting students who participate in campus ministry and are members of the Churches of Christ.
Only 189 students remain on campus.
A professor’s terminated contract sparks an online movement from both current students and alumni.
Shanghai students discuss their experience returning to the Malibu campus after their program was suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak.
A new position in the residence halls lets students take group fitness classes for free in exchange for promoting Campus Recreation’s classes, events and rental opportunities.
Pepperdine students listened to remarks by the president, vice president and a Harvard professor at an annual national conference.
A new technology law in California is protecting consumers’ information, but it is not doing enough to stop the collection and selling of data altogether.