Howard Jean-Denis, assistant professor of Strategic Management, works as a mentor for students while in his first semester at Pepperdine. Jean-Denis hopes his time at Pepperdine will inform his faith and provide conviction.
SGA’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council is expanding this spring and welcomes Seaver students to join.
Provost Rick Marrs sent an email to the Pepperdine community Oct. 26 addressing the School of Public Policy email marketing campaign sent Oct. 12. Marrs expressed concern for community members of color who were hurt by the campaign and Pepperdine’s affiliation with partisan ties.
In an effort to combat racial inequality at Pepperdine, ethnic studies should be a required general education course. Such courses will further connect Pepperdine’s diverse community and address concerning matters to establish a positive change toward promoting equality.
It is easy to fear something we don’t necessarily understand, but in these modern times, it is even easier to grasp opportunities for understanding.
Pepperdine embraces ethnic and cultural diversity with three-day celebration
This 34-year-old tradition returns with new changes in place.
Image Courtesy of the BSA This years Oscar nominations are so refreshing and diverse coming off last year’s “Oscars so White” scandal. As a young actress of color, this is so empowering and motivating to see. Often, I get asked what my “type” is, meaning which actresses with whom I compare. That question has always […]
Beloved Community invited students to share their talents and messages with the Pepperdine community. Many performers had strong inspirations that called them to take the stage.
“I want our community to do what we can to erase hatred, bias and behavior that is aimed to hurt and maim, not inform and strengthen” – President Andrew K. Benton