Why are we pretending the Electoral College supports the concept of a democracy when it actually silences the voices of millions of voters? This outdated, irrelevant system is no longer useful for modern-day elections, and the popular vote would better support what a democracy is supposed to look like.
Meant to provide opportunities to tour campus and form relationships, Year 2 Welcome was offered to second-year students in lieu of a New Student Orientation. With a costly price tag attached, some students share the realities of their unexpected experiences.
Convo cuts, SGA’s growing new council and the public policy professor running for state office.
How do “Saturday Night Live” comedians create hope out of their political impersonations?
At a predominately white institution, embracing one’s blackness is a top priority for African American students and faculty.
Photo Courtesy of Jennifer deNicola Sporting a white shirt that reads “Team Jennifer” in blue with five stars in red across the bottom, Jennifer deNicola, a seven-year Malibu resident, is running for one of three seats on Malibu’s City Council. A businesswoman, president of an advocate organization, mother of two children and two dogs, deNicola […]
With a dramatic presidential election dominating headlines, the crucial Congressional elections seem to have been forgotten.
Photo by Carolina Pinto The Green Team created a three-phase plan to ban disposable water bottles on campus and to inform the community about the negative environmental effects of disposable bottles. Green Team President Avery Davis said this is a long-term project. The Green Team tabled in the Caf for the first phase on Feb. […]
Photos by Berkley Mason The Student Government Association hosted its first voter registration Tuesday at 2 p.m. to make it convenient for students to make their voices heard in local, state and federal elections, according to SGA’s Facebook page. In past years, there has not been an opportunity for students at Pepperdine to register to […]