The documentary short examines the role of empathy in today’s society by taking a look at the story of Jesse Billauer and the founding of his organization Life Rolls On.
In light of recent racial injustices, many POC may turn to the Christian Church as a source of refuge and hope. Unfortunately, the church has not always supported these members — so, what are ways it can support them now?
America is more divided than ever with calls for unity being heard across the country. How do we begin this healing process?
Ever wondered about the craze surrounding the Enneagram? Pepperdine juniors and professors discuss the power and downfalls of the personality model that simplifies nine personalities into numbers.
Sharing authentic stories presents the greatest opportunity for growth and healing.
By exposing themselves to different points of view, students will deepen their capacity for empathy.
Anyone can be a superhero, according to Pepperdine University Field Supervisor Madeleine Sherak.
Graphic by Nate Barton Listening is an important skill that creates understanding among people and shows that they matter. Every person should learn to listen effectively as it will improve the quality of their relationships with others and make them more desirable to work with in classrooms and in future careers. A person shows they […]
Graphic by Nate Barton A few professors in the Creative Writing department start their first class meetings with a very important question: “Why does fiction matter?” People might understand that fiction is important, but it is harder to pinpoint exactly why it is so significant. Fiction strengthens people’s worlds by distributing information, common understanding and […]
Our Apathy Toward Tragedies in the Non-Western World