Art by Elizabeth BrummerWhile academia has made great strides to include women’s voices, most syllabi are still centered on male perspectives, especially in the Pepperdine Humanities Department. For many of the current professors, the syllabi from which they learned often excluded women. English Professor Julianne Smith said in her undergraduate years at Abilene Christian … [Read more...] about Where are Women in Class Curricula?
Poetry Reading Explores Childhood, Parenting and History
Photos by Maria Valente A poetry reading on campus explored themes of home life, parenting and the importance of family history. F. Douglas Brown, an award-winning poet, read a handful of his own poems on Tuesday to a group of students in the Plaza classrooms for about an hour. Professor Jeffrey Schultz introduced Brown, whom he has known for years. "Poets need to do … [Read more...] about Poetry Reading Explores Childhood, Parenting and History