Fraternity Psi Upsilon hosted their annual Psi U Think You Can Dance event March 23. The event brought together campus teams to raise awareness for Conquer Paralysis Now.
Marginalized groups on campus often raise valid concerns of diversity, inclusivity, and their sense of belonging on campus. These concerns are often met with invalidating comments from some disgruntled parents and alumni of Pepperdine’s past.
The President’s Briefing will take place Wednesday, Feb. 2 at 8:45 a.m. View the meeting here. See live updates below. Refresh page for most recent update. 9:39: Assurance Associate Paige Kohne closes the briefing in prayer. 9:38: Taylor explains the START and EXIT forms for anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19. The individual will fill […]
News, Perspectives, Life and Arts and Sports — the four sections of the Graphic live in harmony. Sports Editor Alec Matulka explains why Sports is the best section of the Graphic.
It might be a busy semester, but there are still plenty of things to be thankful for. Pixel Editor Abby Wilt shares what makes her grateful at Pepperdine this past semester.
People think they have to have experience in professional writing and journalism to join a news organization, but that simply is not the case. No matter your interests, apply to the Graphic for spring 2022 — and more specifically, apply for Perspectives.
In light of Pepperdine’s obedience to both county and federal guidelines pertaining to COVID-19, some community members remain upset at such policies. It’s time to stop complaining and start embracing such protocols.
A solutions journalism investigation into the beef industry.
After spending nearly her entire life as a journalist and in a newsroom, PGM Director and Adviser Elizabeth Smith still thinks the news is good news. In the first piece she has ever published in the Graphic, Smith reflects on why the freedom of the press is really freedom for all.
The Graphic News team is launching the Good News Column for spring 2021 with stories of hope and joy to provide a ray of light during a difficult semester. News Editor Ashley Mowreader introduces the column and offers her first piece of good news for the year.