While students balance their many responsibilities, it is still important to make time to connect with professors. Life and Arts Editor Lydia duPerier shares her experience forming friendships with professors.
With the fast-paced college lifestyle and sleep-deprived students hustling to their next classes, coffee is often essential for students to stay awake. News staff writer Michele Lee shares how she slows down to enjoy the little moments in life with coffee.
Most people have a favorite spot on campus to study, talk to their friends or eat a good Caf meal. News Editor Abby Wilt shares her favorite spot on campus and how one simple spot brings her immense joy.
After a year of Zoom University, Pepperdine students are back on campus with even more to do. How can one find balance amidst having many responsibilities?
Body and Soul incorporates the five senses within a new piece of art, music, film or experience; showcasing what staff find meaningful. Perspectives Staff Writer Christian Parham discusses her experience of being back in-person for classes.
Food nourishes the body, energizes the mind and touches the soul. News Assistant Liza Esquibias writes about how the joys of sharing a meal with friends mean more than meets the eye.
2020 brought an increase in the vitality of social media as a means to stay connected with people in a quick and rapid fashion. Even though social media is universally used, it may not always be used in the same way.
In today’s world, it can seem like everything is changing. “New Girl” serves as a reminder that life brings changes and shows us how to get through them.
The library is the not only the place where go to study, but where people hang out.
Although social media can sometimes be a meaningless way to waste time, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram played key roles of communication in the days following the tragic Borderline shooting.