The film industry continues to revitalize old films for the next generations, and in the face of corruption and political turmoil in 2022, DC Comics “The Batman” offers Generation Z a new scope into Gotham’s favorite superhero.
Life & Arts
First-year David Haruntunyan and Professor Krista Lucas talk about the requirements and benefits of being a Biology major. They said it has heavy coursework but can lead to a variety of careers.
Faith and Greek life go hand-in-hand through Greek InterVarsity. Students speak about how being in a sorority or fraternity helps grow their faith.
Many students feel that there is a stereotype for how Pepperdine students dress, but what happens when you do not fit into that mold? Students who dress in alternative styles weigh in on fashion trends on campus and how they fit into it.
Maya and Hunter Leppard (Seaver ’20) recently went viral on TikTok for their videos about their lives and relationships. They discuss some themes in their videos and their goal for their TikTok presence.
Each day thousands of students utilize the buildings on campus. However, the names and stories behind them aren’t always at the forefront of their minds.
The Getty Villa and The Getty Center are set to host two cultural and artistic events this month. A concert educating audiences about Assyrian immigrants will be held in Malibu March 19, while a dance film screening will be held in Los Angeles March 26.
Pepperdine is affiliated with the Churches of Christ, as was its founder, George Pepperdine. A Religion professor and Church of Christ student discuss the history of the affiliation and what it looks like to be part of the Church at Pepperdine now.
Streaming services, once a novel idea, are now a mainstay in how people watch TV and movies. Students discuss what they like and don’t like about these platforms, as well as their preference for the traditional theatrical experience.
Multidimensional Identity is a profile piece series by Sawa Yamakawa highlighting minority students who belong to unique and/or underrepresented identity groups at Pepperdine. This series focuses on the intersection of a student’s multidimensional identity and how they shape the student’s experiences at Pepperdine University.