With the new school year comes the opportunity for a fresh start. The Graphic Staff writes about our values and commitment to accurately represent our readers.
Currents Editor-in-Chief Emily Morton explains the concept of ‘Moments’ and provides a brief glimpse into the types of moments Currents explores.
People think they have to have experience in professional writing and journalism to join a news organization, but that simply is not the case. No matter your interests, apply to the Graphic for spring 2022 — and more specifically, apply for Perspectives.
Journalists experience challenges as they fight against distrust of the media. With a focus on building trust and thoughtfully connecting with their audience in various ways, journalists share their goals to better inform their communities.
The news cycle can be overwhelming, perplexing and even frustrating. There is a lot that goes into it, from the perspective of both journalist and consumer.
Since its first edition in 1937, the Graphic has adapted to the times to continue providing news to the Pepperdine and surrounding communities. Former editors, a former adviser and a current adviser to the Graphic share their experiences at the student newspaper.
To some people, entertainment journalism may seem like celebrity gossip and red carpets — but entertainment journalists are telling real, important stories. Pepperdine alumnae and entertainment journalists Gabby Gonta and Kristin Vartan discuss the value of entertainment journalism and the impact it can have.
With technology advancing every day and media providing faster methods of communication, opinions have shifted on what to believe regarding news media. Members of the Pepperdine community are speaking up on their views toward the storytelling within news media that runs the world.
Social media has opened the door to a variety of different ways that sports are covered. Experts with ties to Pepperdine and Los Angeles weighed in on the state of the industry and where it’s headed.
The Good News column was born as a goal for Graphic staff to find the silver lining in a challenging time. News Editor Ashley Mowreader signs off the column with a reflection on the good news shared and hope for the future.