Photos by Annette and Janice Lee For two Pepperdine sisters, the Olympic games went well beyond the television screen. Pepperdine alumna of the Class of 2017 Annette and current junior Janice Lee had the opportunity to experience volunteering at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Annette Lee captioned her Instagram picture, “the face of pure joy ... absolutely loving my … [Read more...] about Waves in Pyeonchang: Lee Sisters Volunteer at 2018 Winter Olympics
Students, Experts Warn Against Drowsy Driving
Photos/images by Duncan Hilby, Jenevieve Fong, Sierra Perry, AAA Foundation, and Anson Williams Junior International Management major Sierra Perry never thought she would be involved in an accident because she fell asleep in her car. She thought she had the energy to keep her going all the time. “I actually never thought it would happen to me," Perry said. "I was like, … [Read more...] about Students, Experts Warn Against Drowsy Driving
MoviePass: Blockbuster Hit or Box Office Flop?
Photo by Jennevieve Fong MoviePass subscribers have surged from a significant subscription price drop, giving college students and everyday movie-goers an opportunity to go to the movies on a budget. With a $9.95 a month subscription price for one movie ticket a day, MoviePass extended their reach beyond the above-average movie lovers who once shelled out up to $50 a … [Read more...] about MoviePass: Blockbuster Hit or Box Office Flop?
Alert Drops Combats Drowsy Driving
“I feel asleep” - three words that are harmless unless a person is behind the wheel. It was only a few years ago that junior Sierra Perry fell asleep at the wheel and nearly lost her life. “I just remember sitting there, oh my gosh, I literally just fell asleep,” Perry said. Perry is not the only victim of drowsy driving as the National Sleep Foundation reports 100,000 … [Read more...] about Alert Drops Combats Drowsy Driving
Students Reflect on the Use of Racial Microaggressions on Campus
Photo by Kayla Lee “What are you?” “Where are you really from?” “You don’t act like a normal Black person.” “You don’t look like you speak Spanish.” “I never think of you as a real Asian.” These statements capture a more subtle form of racism. Known as microaggressions, these phrases are everyday verbal snubs or insults that communicate hostile, derogatory or negative … [Read more...] about Students Reflect on the Use of Racial Microaggressions on Campus