Art by Madeline DuvallHaving a furry creature around for comfort may seem ideal to the stressed-out student. But with Pepperdine's limited living premises, having a pet-friendly campus just isn't a viable option.Animals do not belong in the cramped dorm lifestyle. Most students have barely enough room for their own things in their small two or three person rooms. Animals need … [Read more...] about Con: Leave Pets At Home
Graphic by Nate BartonI love dogs.I mean, I am the ultimate dog person. As in, whenever I'm driving and I see a dog with their owner on the sidewalk or in another car, I yell the word "dog" so loudly that people in neighboring cars turn their heads and stare. 'Why would she do such a embarrassing and bizarre thing?' you might ask.I find dogs to be the purest things on this … [Read more...] about Embrace What You Enjoy
Photos by Ella GonzalezA cafe might conjure up images of coffee, unpronounceable artisanal sandwiches, and unsuccessful attempts to study or crank out that novel you’ve always dreamed of writing. Recently, the definition of cafe has expanded to encompass more than just French pastries and now includes something that is perhaps a bit more exotic and novel: a rich panoply … [Read more...] about LA Takes Cafes to the Next Level
Graphic by Nate Barton Dogs come in so many adorable colors and sizes, but the existence of the specific breeds are actually a major source of harm for all dogs. Mutts, or crossbred dogs, receive less attention because they are less recognizable and by definition do not carry recognizable traits, but they are healthier dogs.To keep distinctive traits, purebreds are much more … [Read more...] about Must Love Mutts
Art by Peau PorotesanoWe’re not sure if anyone else has noticed, but there seems to be significantly more dogs on campus recently, and we could hardly be more excited about it. Big dogs, little dogs, fluffy dogs — basically all dogs (except rat dogs because they’re more closely related to rodents than dogs. And they yap). Walking to class is a bore, running … [Read more...] about Dogs on Campus: Are We Barking Up the Wrong Tree?