SGA President and senior Chase Johnson discusses the importance of being able to disagree with others respectfully and have productive conversations. He said he believes that this was once possible but that individuals have lost that ability in recent years.
The Fine Print is a bi-weekly column written by Addison Whiten addressing problems at Pepperdine in a lighthearted and real way. This edition discusses recent happenings at the Freedom Wall, and the importance of being aware of context when people choose to post something there.
The Freedom Wall received national attention about abortion-rights postings, prompting Pepperdine administrators to reconsider the wall’s guidance. The Graphic staff reminds the community of the written and unwritten rules of the Freedom Wall.
Graduating student Colette Faulkner reflects on her Pepperdine experience as a woman in STEM, her hopes for a career in the fashion industry and her vision for the future of Pepperdine.
The Pepperdine community should continue to unite as one against hate groups and protesters.
Alan Dershowitz and Amy Wax will discuss whether or not college campuses should regulate free speech on Thursday Jan. 31
The iDebate Rwanda team returns to Pepperdine for the fourth year in a row
Find out about the new School of Law immigration clinic, Pepperdine debate team’s “Let’s Argue” series, the Pacific Sounds art and music festival, and more in this week’s episode.
Audience participates in immigration and feminism debates by Tweeting #wavesdebate
Photos by Madeleine Carr Two philosophy professors held a civil debate hosted by the philosophy program regarding whether it is reasonable or not to believe God exists in front of a crowded Stauffer Chapel on Nov. 17, inviting Pepperdine students to attend for convocation credit. Pepperdine’s Professor Tomás Bogardus argued that it’s reasonable to believe […]