Senior Max Root competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans this past weekend as one of the youngest racers.
Art, traditionally housed in museums and historical places, have quite the diverse life outside of those walls. In the 18 different countries represented in this photo gallery, witness how art fills the streets of Europe, Asia, Africa and South America.
Graphic by Nate Barton Less than a month after the July terror attack in Nice, France, cities across the south of France started to crack down on what Muslim women are wearing to the beach and in particular. According to a New York Times article “French Court Suspends Burkini Ban” by Jim Bittermann, Sheena McKenzie […]
Photo by Shannon Hansen In life, there are times when God becomes visible – when his guiding hand that is leading us along the bends and forks in the road becomes tangible. Last weekend in Paris was a time that I realized just how mighty God is and how boundless his love and protection flows. […]
At least 14 Pepperdine students are safe in Paris Friday night after a series of terrorist attacks took place in Paris around 10:30 p.m. local time, the Graphic has confirmed. France is under martial law and all borders have been closed. Emails were sent to IP participants, staff, parents and emergency contacts regarding the situation in Paris. […]
Photo courtesy of ImageMovers The World Trade Center has come to represent the horror and tragedy of the 9/11 attacks and the day that forever changed the lives of Americans at home and abroad. But before all that, the Twin Towers meant something else. Something more positive — what humans are capable of if they […]
Photo Courtesy of Stock Snap//Pixabay Next month, four Pepperdine students, senior Matt Allen and juniors Deepak Adhikary, Jacqueline Cisneros and Jasmine Everett, will board a 14-hour flight to southern France to intern at the 68th edition of the Cannes International Film Festival. The Cannes Film Festival, May 13 through May 24, is the biggest media […]
Freedom of speech has its own consequences.
Charlie Hebdo shootings remind us to have cultural consciousness
Last Tuesday, Latin American Viners living in the United States invaded my newsfeed with short, six second clips of their lonely soccer celebrations throughout the day. A fellow Costa Rican reached nearly 3,000 likes overnight with a Vine he titled, “I’m in the US,” in which he records himself for the first half of the […]