Living in a share house with Korean natives made me question whether I would be able to form strong friendships, but my house mates showed me that it is possible. This is the fifth installment of the “Abroad in South Korea” series.
The ‘Bu Yorker strives to tell fun stories from the perspective of a Pepperdine student in a way that engages readers and artists alike.
As busy college students, it’s easy to shrug off opportunities for growth and connection by citing lack of time, though that’s hardly ever the real reason.
Listening to the silence within can help individuals stay grounded and self-aware during college.
One of the most challenging things about college is remaining a child at heart when life gets rough.
It is too impractical to make Pepperdine a pet-friendly campus.
Many students unaware that off-campus marijuana has “never been on the table”
Art by Peau Portesano We can’t “life,” and Pepperdine isn’t helping our cause. We are all technically legal adults. We’ve come of age, but how many of us actually feel like adults? Parents seem to miraculously know everything. They know how to pay taxes, how to make fancy chicken dishes and how to make ends […]
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Art by Peau Porotesano Editor’s note: The Staff Editorial is an opinion piece we at the Graphic publishes each week in the Perspectives section. These pieces are from our staff as a whole and reflect our diverse but unified views about topics we think are important, both on and off campus, as they relate to […]