Exercising remotely, whether through a Zoom class or a YouTube video, has become a popular alternative for individuals who want to keep up their personal health. Students and faculty discuss how they are working out and how other students can be motivated to do the same in a time where gyms and fitness classes are not accessible to everyone.
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The Pepperdine Resilience Program launched with its Healthy Happy Hour event to spark an open conversation about mental health.
The four Waves Food Cabinets start the process of combating food insecurities.
Art by Ally Armstrong There’s a plethora of evidence for the benefits of a regular gym routine, but having a healthy lifestyle is more than going to the gym. Regular exercise can have the same effect as antidepressant medication, according to Harvard Medical School. A study from Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology found […]
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Art by Caitlin Roark My journey toward health and wellness began when I moved to Malibu for college; as it turns out, I also moved away from what I now realize was a full-time, nutrition-conscientious chef (and chauffeur) in the form of my mother. I grew up in a home where we never had dessert, […]
A chickenpox case on the Malibu campus leaves residents vulnerable
Photos by Terra Atwood This isn’t about food. This isn’t about skin and bones. This is about stories and battles. Every eating disorder is a distinctive experience – these are the accounts of Pepperdine students who live with them every day. Mackie O’Malley, Freshman Freshman Mackie O’Malley ended up at Pepperdine because of her therapist. […]
Pepperdine and other Christian communities should reconsider their stance on sex