Art by Peau PorotesanoMarvel’s “Black Panther” won’t be hitting theaters for another few weeks, but it refuses to stop breaking records anytime soon. “Black Panther” is the first of its kind, and its record-breaking pre-release popularity has the potential to tie in multiple generations of Black moviegoers in a way that has never been done … [Read more...] about ‘Black Panther’ Will Change the Game
Photo by Kayla Lee In 2017, we have seen the world twist and bend in ways that many thought not possible. We have been forced to reckon with ideas of inequality, stereotypes, racism and identity. These issues have steered the country’s conversations shaping our political and social climate. I came to Pepperdine seeking not only to grow as an intellectual but to be … [Read more...] about Letter From The Editor
Photos by Zach LeUnderwear. Everyone wears it. Well, most people do. If underwear is a must-have for most clothing collections, it’s expected that everyone, all shapes, sizes and colors, would have ample options from which to pick.Right? Not exactly. A trend in recent years has popularized wearing “nude” colored shoes, "nude" lipsticks and even "nude" nail … [Read more...] about Where’s My Shade?
Image courtesy of Glassnote RecordsChildish Gambino brought back his unique style to the rap game when he surprised fans with his fourth album, "Awaken, My Love!" in late 2016. Unexpectedly released on Dec. 2, the album explores new style territory — something he always seems to wander into.Donald Glover, aka Childish Gambino, has always been that weird, quirky guy … [Read more...] about Gambino Keeps it Creative with ‘Awaken, My Love!’
Image Courtesy of BSAAs you may know, Black History Month begins on Feb. 1. This month is usually filled with little-known facts about Black intellectuals, Black art as well as Black perspectives. There are always questions that come along too, such as "Why is there Black History Month? What about White History Month? We've learned about slavery and Martin Luther King Jr., … [Read more...] about Why Do We Even Need Black History Month?