The Humanities and Teacher Education Division at Pepperdine focuses mainly on Western/European culture, history and art and is taught almost exclusively by white professors. Students and faculty both said they want to see more diversity in curriculum as well as in faculty.
Few people take the time to consider that the vast majority of media teaches society that light is positive and darkness is negative, but this motif has significant implications.
Six Seaver women preformed slam poetry with special guest Natasha Hooper.
Steve Nicolaides talked in front of a packed crowd at Elkins Auditorium about his experiences with the film
Photo by Brett Bean Pepperdine was recently recognized as a “film school on the rise” by The Hollywood Reporter. Yet, despite The Hollywood Reporter’s characterization of Pepperdine, Sarah Stone Watt, dean of the Communication Division, said Pepperdine does not consider itself a film school. “We certainly have a lot going on in [film], but we […]
Photos Courtsey of Hunter Peters “Diversity Work$” was the latest event hosted by Pepperdine’s Institute for Entertainment, Media and Culture on Friday, Nov. 4. Craig Detweiler, along with others from the institute, hosted the event to focus on the benefits of more representative entertainment. The event featured a series of speakers from companies such as […]
Photos courtesy of Kenny Lattimore Kenny Lattimore, acclaimed singer/songwriter, and Aaron Lindsey, Grammy award-winning producer and songwriter, spoke at a convocation event Sunday night in Elkins Auditorium. The two discussed their experiences as Christian African-American men in the ever-changing music industry. “They talked about how they were put in a box artistically, and I’d never […]
Image by Falon Opsahl Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in a special section on race in the Graphic. She is sugar and spice and everything nice. She is a little bit of this and a little bit of that. If you look deeper, you just might discover a glimpse of her bliss. She’s […]