Inter-Club Council partnered with the Student Programming Board to host an in-person club fair for clubs and organizations this past Friday Feb.18. Developing clubs and organizations had a chance to gain exposure and increase membership.
The Pepperdine community and fellow experts speak out on how opinions form and why they are important in developing a true meaning of self. Whether faith, entertainment, politics or more — opinions play a massive role on a college campus and throughout one’s life.
The newly created Office for Community Belonging is a place for students and faculty to freely voice their experiences and opinions at Pepperdine. With a need for diversity and inclusion to hold a bigger space within campus culture, students and administrators hope for the community to transform for the better.
Two Pepperdine seniors were the first recipients of the Fellowship for Equity and Social Justice. Jerry Calderon and Katelin Goño are student activists for diversity and inclusion within the Pepperdine community, and said they hope their efforts will have a lasting impact on students and administrators.
Junior Class President Loriana Allen resigned from her position, leaving a vacancy for the senate to fill. SGA had a closed-session meeting to appoint a new junior class president and a new junior class senator.
Members of ASA and people who went to their informational forum explain why the event was important and why they attended. SGA members and Vice President of Student Affairs Connie Horton discuss how they support Armenian students at Pepperdine in their roles.
President Regann Flynn, Vice President Kennedy Royster, Jerry Calderon and Cairo Gainer came together to establish a March for Our Lives chapter at Pepperdine. They advocate for the end of the gun violence epidemic in America.
Members of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee discuss the committee’s goals and the potential impact they hope it will have on Pepperdine.
The First Wave Program launched a mentoring service available to first-generation college students needing help navigating the higher education system.
The Graphic followed up with freshmen SGA representatives on their work over the past year