A majority of Pepperdine students who make up Greek life are White, revealing a lack of diversity in the system.
Junior Christian Abad seeks to promote acceptance, recognition of native peoples and bridging the gap between student athletes and their peers.
The faculty requirement to explain how they support Pepperdine’s Christian mission, honor society Phi Beta Kappa denied Pepperdine a chapter.
Members of the Pepperdine community honor Larry Donnell Kimmons, the African-American teenager whom a Pepperdine security guard shot and killed fifty years ago.
Professor Raymond Carr uses the music of Thelonious Monk to merge the ideas of Karl Barth, a European theologian, with James Cone, the “father of black theology.”
The Presidential Search Committee and students respond to Freedom Wall display that questions diversity among the five finalists slated for the university’s 8th president
The newly sworn-in Congress is abounding with potential.
Pepperdine’s commitment to diversity and inclusion thrives on the involvement of a motivated, understanding and faith-driven body.
Art by Ally Armstrong This past week, the Pepperdine Presidential Search Committee announced the five finalists for the position. Within 24 hours, the Freedom Wall exhibited a display regarding the lack of racial and gender diversity within the finalist pool. Out of the five individuals, all of them are White and only one of them, […]
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