Daylight Supreme’s directorial debut, “Chicago: America’s Hidden War,” kicked off with an in-person premiere in Los Angeles May 6. The documentary reveals the truth behind the daily violence that affects an entire community but should affect an entire nation.
Club Conversations create a dialogue with organizations on campus to take a step back and look at a complex issue in the community so that everyone can come together in finding a solution. With the help of Perspectives Editor Anitiz Muonagolu, March for Our Lives Pepperdine reminds all of us that gun violence is more than just mass shootings and the Second Amendment.
The prevalence of gun violence in the United States causes major political strife, as gun control is one of the most polarizing issues today. Despite this, politicians need to commit to making impactful changes, guided by facts and logic, to put an end to gun violence.
People’s behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic serves as a reminder that Americans are desensitized to mass death and violence. While this is a product of technology’s infinite capabilities and cannot be reversed, we must never stop caring about the pain of those around us.
President Regann Flynn, Vice President Kennedy Royster, Jerry Calderon and Cairo Gainer came together to establish a March for Our Lives chapter at Pepperdine. They advocate for the end of the gun violence epidemic in America.
How should we honor Larry Kimmons?
A group of students held a 36-hour demonstration in the Waves Cafe to raise awareness about gun violence
Members of the Pepperdine community honor Larry Donnell Kimmons, the African-American teenager whom a Pepperdine security guard shot and killed fifty years ago.
Though it may feel strange, a return to a regular schedule and a focus on mind, body and spirit healing will help to restore a student’s sense of calm and safety following recent traumatic events
Alaina Housley’s suite in DeBell writes about their suitemate and friend.