Stigmas surrounding mental health and therapy affect Pepperdine students in various ways. Breaking that stigma, both within oneself and for the benefit of others, is a challenge and a mission among students who aim to change the conversation about mental health on campus.
The Counseling Center assisted the largest number of students in its history during the fall 2019 semester.
Art by Ally Armstrong Several Armenian students at Pepperdine responded in disbelief to reports of Turkish flags hanging from their alma maters. “When I first saw the pictures of the flags on my school, I couldn’t believe it … I couldn’t believe that in this day and age, people would do such a stupid, childish […]
The Body Project is a valuable resource that students should utilize.
The Psychology Honor Society is revamping themselves, starting with mental health awareness
The Pepperdine Counseling Center and Health and Wellness Department will be hosting an alcohol outreach program consisting of screenings and surveys in light of spring break. There will also be informational resources regarding Pepperdine going smoke free next semester.
Christians sometimes struggle with accepting their mental health issues and getting outside help.
This semester the Counseling Center offered eight counseling groups to help students in a variety of ways
Photos by Kaelin Mendez Pepperdine students, faculty and staff came together to “Take Back the Night” on Monday evening, gathering at the amphitheater for an evening of worship, testimony, music and various forms of art to educate the community about all forms of violence and abuse. “‘Take Back the Night’ puts us on the path […]
Awareness week informs the community on the issue of body image and how to develop body positivity