Photo by Caroline Conder Having served multiple roles in the Pepperdine community, Sharon Wakio said supporting international students is one of her biggest passions. Wakio, the assistant director of Residence Life for International Students, said this passion of hers began when she earned a scholarship as an undergraduate student working at Boise State University’s … [Read more...] about Sharon Wakio Advocates for International Students
Art creates an opening to engage in culture
Photo courtesy of Cecily Breeding Art is found in the characters of different languages, imbalances in nature, music that drives revolutions and intricate beadwork in clothing. Beyond these forms of art are cultures waiting to be explored. One doesn't have to travel far to find art that comes from all around the world, as many forms are explored in classes, practiced in … [Read more...] about Art creates an opening to engage in culture
Where’s My Shade?
Photos by Zach LeUnderwear. Everyone wears it. Well, most people do. If underwear is a must-have for most clothing collections, it’s expected that everyone, all shapes, sizes and colors, would have ample options from which to pick.Right? Not exactly. A trend in recent years has popularized wearing “nude” colored shoes, "nude" lipsticks and even "nude" nail … [Read more...] about Where’s My Shade?
Film Features Kenyan Students
Photos by Safeena Padder Senior David Hutchinson won’t be heading home to San Diego for Thanksgiving; instead, he will be adventuring to Kenya to film a documentary that will feature students at Made in the Streets, an organization formed with the purpose of rescuing children from living on the streets in Nairobi, Kenya. Hutchinson got the idea for the documentary after … [Read more...] about Film Features Kenyan Students