Students creep it real at Art Society’s annual Halloween event at the Weisman Museum.
Pepperdine students sport various ink designs as tattoo culture gradually expands.
Graphic by Nate Barton I 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 […]
Graphic by Nate Barton As a senior, I am somehow still introducing myself to people. Even with our small class, as strange as it can be to think about, not every person knows where your sister goes to school or how you take your coffee. When introductions happen, names, grades and abroad programs are exchanged. […]
Creative writers find outlet in Pepperdine University Poetry Society
Art by Kris Harper The recent film starring Steve Jobs showed he was not a man about himself; he was a man about his creation. He fancied himself an artist in the highest form, and he was. Whatever arrogance Jobs displayed was not because of who he thought he was, but because of his thoughts […]
Art by Christine Nelson In 2015, everything is described as subjective, from the news (which is supposed to be objective) to our sense of fashion. We are taught and imbued with the need to express ourselves. We are a subjective people in a world that no longer believes in objective truth nor objective facts. Graduate […]
The media faces double standard lash-back.