John Taden is an International Studies professor from Ghana on the tenure-track. Taden said his broad knowledge on African and global issues will benefit students in their lives after Pepperdine.
Justin Bieber used his time in quarantine to create “Justice,” a musical reflection on his troubled past, Christian faith and role as Hailey Baldwin Bieber’s husband. The album, released under Def Jam Recordings, includes hit singles like “Holy,” “Lonely,” “Anyone” and “Peaches.”
With K-pop becoming a global phenomenon — thanks to the prominence of several Korean artists such as Psy and BTS — it has allowed Korean culture to flourish throughout many industries. However, the ever-growing genre of music has also caused many individuals to essentially fetishize Korean culture — failing to look beyond K-pop’s triumph and into the more tragic side of Korean culture.
Following the murder of George Floyd, countless individuals responded with both outrage and a commitment to allyship, but the activism died out as soon as the media coverage did.
The fourth installment of Fresh Faces introduces Justus Johnson to the Pepperdine community. Johnson discusses his goals, future and presidency.
Neil Gorsuch discussed his book, “A Republic, If You Can Keep It,” which takes a deep-dive into the Constitution and one’s role as a judge
Pepperdine students express their opinions of Kavanaugh’s confirmation, and they urge their peers to join the conversation
Roslyn Satchel shares her experience in writing her first book, “What Movies Teach About Race: Exceptionalism, Erasure, and Entitlement.”
Pepperdine kicks off the new semester by devoting the second week of class to MLK’s legacy of social justice and equity.
Art by Madeline Duvall Welcome back to the controlled chaos of a new year, new classes and new resolutions. As Pepperdine’s many hills and staircases teem again with student life, many might be feeling compelled to somehow make 2018 a better year than the one we just left behind. The good news: Pepperdine students have […]