Updated infographic of the Hub for Spiritual Life's staff positions as of Oct. 2022. Graphic by Abby Wilt. The Pepperdine community is seeing more changes to the Hub for Spiritual Life, after the resignation of alumna Olivia Robinson ('20) assistant director of Community Engagement and Service. Robinson said she submitted a letter of resignation to the Hub last week as a … [Read more...] about UPDATE: Olivia Robinson Resigns from the Hub for Spiritual Life
Art by Vivian HsiaGrowing up, adults often tell children: “Make up your mind, and stick to it.” Society paints adulthood as a time where people have it all together — where their lifestyle aligns with the plans they have for the future. This mindset prevents people from living in the moment.The idea of being reliable and following through with plans or ideas … [Read more...] about Opinion: Change Your Mind More Often
Associate Chaplain Zac Luben and junior Dacia Hannel put together care packages for the Los Angeles homeless Friday, Jan. 28. Students placed essentials such as socks, granola bars, wipes, hand sanitizer and water bottles in the kits. Photos by Sammie Wuensche The Community Engagement and Service branch of the Hub for Spiritual Life put on a Hunger and Homelessness Awareness … [Read more...] about Hub Serves the Unhoused and Hungry
Art by Madeline Duvall Racial injustice is at the forefront of many people's minds this week in light of yet another Black life lost at the hands of police brutality. On May 25, a white police officer brutally murdered George Floyd as other officers watched and civilians recorded. This event inspired days of protests in the Los Angeles area and around the world. Some … [Read more...] about Dear Pepperdine, Do More to Show That Black Lives Matter
Art by Madeline DuvallBoth COVID-19 and climate change threaten the livelihood of people around the planet. Billions are affected by the virus, and at least 86,000 have died. Over the remainder of our lives, climate change is expected to do the same — if not worse — damage.Specifically, the climate crisis is estimated to push over 120 million into poverty over the … [Read more...] about There Is Urgency With COVID-19, but What About Climate Change?