Art by Ally ArmstrongIn the world today, 49.6% of the people are female and 50.4% are male. It may be surprising to find that while women are half of the human population, they are still heavily disadvantaged under the law throughout the world. In the United States, the feminist movement seeks the support of all men and women on issues ranging from equal pay and the pink tax … [Read more...] about We Should All Be Intersectional Feminists
Art by Madeline DuvallEvery morning about 56.6 million kids attend to schools spanning Pre-K through 12th grade in the United States with the expectation that they are receiving an education that promises a bright future. However, teachers in the United States suffer from a severe lack of proper compensation, thus affecting a students ability to be successful. The average … [Read more...] about America’s Teachers Deserve More
Art by Caitlin Roark Parents raise their children to be strong, fearless and to fight for what they believe in and to change the world. But what happens when this advice is taken and acted upon? More often than not, student activists and young people, those who are under 30, face issues of wide-spread age discrimination in politics. In an era of constant political reform and … [Read more...] about We Are The Solution; Are You With Us?
Art by Caitlin RoarkPepperdine University prides itself in its ability to offer students an opportunity to live and travel the world, and rightfully so. The formativeness of Pepperdine International Programs is a defining factor for the institution and the lives of the students who decide to leap out of their comfort zones and globalize their understanding of the world.Every … [Read more...] about Rush IP
Art by Caitlin RoarkThe fracture between the long-standing political parties in the United States can be drilled down into one thing: civic literacy. Civic literacy is knowing how to actively participate and initiate change within communities; it is to vote and vote consciously. The lack of educated voters can be solved by obtaining the basic facts, opening up a respectful … [Read more...] about Vote for America’s Future