Pepperdine is a small, isolated college community and cannot be compared numerically to the world at large. Students must edge themselves into adulthood through experience of their own.
Photo Courtesy of Tim Horton Genesis 1:1-25 describes the creation of the world as told by the Bible. As God created the world, starting with darkness to light, water to land, it is written that: “The land produced vegetation … and all the creatures that move along the ground according to their kinds. And God […]
Art by Peau Porotesano When people think of ocean conservation, they probably think of preventing problems like ocean pollution through efforts like beach clean ups and using reusable bags instead of plastic. While ocean pollution is indeed a major issue, with every square mile of ocean containing 46,000 pieces of plastic, according to an article […]
Photos by Arin DeGroff Stillness can be described as something that is moving so rapidly that it appears motionless, like a fan at full speed. Stillness is multifaceted; it is not the absence of vitality, God or motion. Instead, it is movement without conflict; it is complete peace. In relation to humans, the stillness we […]
Photos by Matt Benton In the city of Eternitas, a celebration was prepared on this momentous night. The people purchased delicacies of food and wine. The markets were emptied of wares and merchants returned to the roads. The people gathered in the town’s center, the amphitheater, which held all of Eternitas’ 40,000 daughters and sons. […]
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