PGM Copy Chief Gabrielle Mathys reflects on how the senior class as a whole has experienced more trauma than any other.
Pepperdine claims one of eight spots in a collegiate eSports tournament that wrapped up on Aug. 24.
A creative piece by copy editor Gabrielle Mathys.
Art by Caitlin Roark Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and with it comes the first day of rehearsals for the 2019 edition of Songfest. This time-honored tradition that has been going on for almost 47 years is a huge part of Pepperdine’s identity. While participating in Songfest is no small feat, the experience […]
Art by Caitlin Roark Unite Pepp started out this semester with another demonstration. For the second time since this group’s creation last semester, they took over the Freedom Wall to bring a message to the Pepperdine community: Even though the Good Samaritan Policy was rewritten, more steps need to be taken for students to use […]
The percentage of first-year college students in 2015 that returned for their second year was 74 percent, according to Kelly Field in her article “A Third of Your Freshmen Disappear. How Can You Keep Them?,” published June 3 by The Chronicle of Higher Education. The same article says that these rates have stayed around the […]
Art by Ally Armstrong People fall on the spectrum of two socialization categories — introvert and extrovert, with ambiverts directly between them being a mix of both. The world is structured toward those who fall on the more extroverted side of the scale — those that work best being out and around people; however, those […]
Art by Caitlin Roark When people try to learn new skills, it isn’t normal for them to master it on the first try. That idea of needing to be perfect at something can drive people away from practicing. They would rather not fail at a task than use that failure to learn how to do […]
Art by Caitlin Roark The world is full of diverse cultures that bring with them different styles of communication. Sometimes words have different meanings across cultures, and a hand gesture can be friendly or offensive depending on who is viewing it. Students should be open to unfamiliar communication styles so they can connect to others […]
Art by Ally Armstrong After sophomore year, students are able to pick between housing on- and off-campus for their junior year. Some students say that living away from campus is better, but when it comes down to it, there are more advantages to living on-campus. When taking housing into consideration for next year, students should […]