The Office of Student Accessibility honored Disability Awareness Week on campus March 14 through 18. The office hosted events such as accessible yoga and trivia, and encouraged students to only take accessible routes to spread awareness on the issue.
Multidimensional Identity is a profile piece series highlighting minority students who belong to unique and/or underrepresented identity groups at Pepperdine University. This series focuses on the intersection of a student’s multidimensional identities and how they shape the student’s Pepperdine experience.
Pepperdine senior Cairo Walsh joins Celine and Anitiz to discuss Pride month and the intersectionality as a BIPOC and a Queer individual.
2020 has been a time of racial reckoning, prompting many to explore the impact of diversity — or lack thereof — on human interaction, especially on a college campus like Pepperdine.
Five juniors created Pepperdine’s first feminist club to establish a safe space for conversation to achieve both gender equality and an awareness of intersectionality on Pepperdine’s campus.
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To have a full conversation about queer issues, one needs to understand the words that are being used.
Currents Editor Makena Huey shares her perspective on feminism and her aspirations for this edition of the magazine.
Feminism has historically excluded women of color, who face compounded discrimination due to their complex identities.
The need for intersectional advocacy within the feminist movement is crucial.