Students remember English Prof. Constance Fulmer’s creative teaching methods and spunky personality.
Graphic by Nate Barton I can truly say that my camera roll, Instagram and Snapchat accounts act as time machines for my memories. They are a semi-tangible way to relive them with just a quick swipe. I can take a trip down memory lane anytime I want: the many late night HAWC trips with my […]
Graphic by Nate Barton During my senior year of high school, I went a week without my phone for a retreat. It was terrifying to be stuck up in the woods, leading a group of my peers from my all-girls Catholic high school without a connection to the outside world. I hated not being able […]
Art by Sybil Zhang The Freedom Wall — located outside the TCC, near the Campus Bookstore — is a corkboard of individuality and an ultimate manifestation of freedom. It should be used as a space in which members of the Pepperdine community express themselves. As students, we need to have respect for the views of […]
Graphic by Nate Barton There are so many different ways to say I love you: “Have you been getting enough sleep?” “I brought you some coffee.” “Text me when you get home.” I am guilty of every single one of these, and I’m proud of it. It might come off as slightly overbearing (I mean […]
Image by Evelyn Lee Editor’s note: The following section is a series of statements from Pepperdine professors and President Andrew K. Benton in response to the recent election of president-elect Donald Trump. These statements are directed at both the Pepperdine community and the world at large, and do not represent the opinion of Pepperdine Graphic […]
Graphic by Nate Barton During Milan Fashion week, on Sept. 21, models Gigi and Bella Hadid were filmed leaving a MaxMara runway show. However, in between the flashing paparazzi lights and screaming fans, someone grabbed Gigi and lifted her off the ground. The altercation might have physically ended after Hadid fought back, but it didn’t […]
The following are pieces of photo-poetry — where words unveil truth behind dancers’ movements.
Image by Rachal Marquez Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in a special section on race in the Graphic. This past year, Pepperdine students have publicly considered what the ideals of equality and diversity mean to this community. Racist Yik Yak comments and a Blackface image posted on social media have ignited important and […]