Halle Bowe is joined by Karesse Frizell, Myles Dennis, and Diamond Longs to discuss Black student leadership on campus. The four dive into how Pepperdine can continue to support Black students in assimilating into campus life.
Raymond Rider, a senior Philosophy and Psychology double major, was also a student speaker of TEDxPepperdine in 2019. Rider said he is passionate about philosophy and argues that Philosophy 200 should be one of the General Education classes for every undergraduate student to take.
Malibu City Council held a special virtual meeting Feb. 25, to address the concerns regarding homelessness in Malibu. The meeting concluded with five motions in hopes of more community outreach and deeper explorations of possible solutions.
Universities across the nation deal with challenges to online learning after shifting to remote class for the remainder of the semester. Science offers some solutions for both students and professors.
Alan Dershowitz and Amy Wax will discuss whether or not college campuses should regulate free speech on Thursday Jan. 31
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Photos by Kayla Lee A panel of students spoke about the inaccurate stereotype of Pepperdine students as surf-centered, tall blondes at a convocation event titled He Said, She Said on March 23. The Beloved Community Initiative held the event as their semesterly convocation, discussing gender in honor of Women’s History Month, said Isabella Ordaz, co-director […]
Art by Peau Porotesano As a result of being someone who tends to sway liberal both politically and religiously, I was a bit hesitant to enroll at a university with a conservative and religious reputation. The university was founded in the Church of Christ tradition, and the Office of Church Relations was developed to make […]
Members of the community interested in Muslim history and culture will be able to enjoy “Let’s Talk About It: Muslim Journeys,” a free 5-week long book discussion group beginning Jan. 23 in the Great Books room in Payson Library. Led by Assistant Professor of Middle Eastern Studies, Dr. David Simonowitz, the discussions — only open […]