During their senior years, students make everlasting memories and celebrate their accomplishments, while trying to figure out what’s next. Three Pepperdine seniors share their feelings around their futures after graduation.
Figuring out the next 40 years in the next four is unrealistic. College students shouldn’t stress about finding a life purpose so young.
It is time to demand change for America’s teachers and pay them what they deserve.
As the academic year begins, so does the university’s search for its next president.
We have to go back!
Graphic by Nate Barton As a senior graduating in the spring, the approaching, unknown future is a little overwhelming at times. There is so much to do and so much uncertainty lying ahead. I imagine I’m not the only college student who feels this way, and it is important that students know how to deal […]
Graphic by Nate Barton Like most topics of our generation, the issue of being an overly-eager college student with little time for anything can be summed up with a simple meme: A triangle with the title “Choose Two,” each point representing school, social life or sleep. Scarily relatable, right? Well, that’s not how it should […]
Don’t cry because it’s almost over, smile because it’s still happening.
Graphic by Nate Barton One of my most vivid memories of freshman year was the ceiling in Miller A4. Not the mixtape I made for the 90-minute flight from Tucson to LAX. Not the breathless week of NSO. Not taking Cross-Country team pictures at Zuma Beach and realizing I was finally a Division I athlete. […]
Graphic by Nate Barton Kids are often told to model themselves after someone they admire, but the same advice should apply to people of all ages. Becoming an adult and having role models are not mutually exclusive. In fact, having role models is an essential part of every stage of life. “Just because we’ve become […]