Reflections on our Pepperdine, PGM and podcast experiences.
Industrialized meat production in the United States has led to a multitude of health and environmental effects ranging from heart disease to increased greenhouse gas emissions. The alternative, fake meat such as Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, may not be much better.
Wisdom on early-career life, “growing pains” and contentment from a well-traveled photographer.
In February, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a California church, lifting complete bans on in-person religious services. Joe Allgood reports on what that means for three California churches.
Pepperdine students who have been away from campus for almost a year are able to return after the university partially reopened its facilities this week.
Reporters at Pepperdine Graphic Media share their experiences as student journalists during a national election and their thoughts on the projected results.
The School of Public Policy sent out a controversial email including a petition to remove The 1619 Project from American schools Oct 12. The Pepperdine community responds.
What’s happening with IP? When can students return? What does this mean for the future of IP?
In the first episode of the 2020-21 school year, new hosts Lindsey and Ivy hear a word from the Graph’s creators and meet with the news team who will be reporting in future episodes.
A series focused on honest conversations surrounding systemic racism and injustice in America