Transparency Item: The Perspectives section of the Graphic is comprised of articles based on opinion. This is the opinion and perspective of the writer. As a kid, I used to carry around a Dumbo stuffed animal, which was basically my equivalent of Linus’ blanket. My mom would tease me relentlessly and say, “Are you going to bring that to college?” Over a … [Read more...] about Opinion: You’re Never Too Old for Stuffed Animals
Greek life has developed a negative stigma. There always seems to be headlines about a chapter being disbanded from a university due to various reasons. Yet, there are more benefits to Greek life than negatives.Coming to Pepperdine from Arkansas, I was very worried about making friends. It was scary to move halfway across the country knowing virtually no one.For me, Greek life … [Read more...] about Go Greek!
Photos Courtesy of Arik HousleyThe Thousand Oaks community united around a night of music and love Feb. 10 to benefit Borderline survivors and families of victims."Nov. 7 didn't change 12 families [or] 140 young college kids," Tim Hagel, Thousand Oaks chief of police said during the concert. "It changed a community and brought us together."On Nov. 7, 2018, 12 individuals lost … [Read more...] about Music Strong Unites Thousand Oaks
Sometimes the best way to unwind is to kick those shoes off and relax after a long day. It is a liberating feeling to release feet from the stiff confines off their shoe prisons and rest them on the nearest couch, table, chair or desk. While no one would object to lounging around the house barefoot, some may strongly object to walking around barefoot in public.While some … [Read more...] about Please Wear Shoes On Campus