English and Humanities Professor Colin Enriquez emphasizes the importance of studying humanities and what the past can teach modern students. But more than just taking HUM General Education classes, Enriquez encourages students to engage with diverse literature, art and movies with intentionality.
Photo courtesy of Jeffrey Schultz Many students know the prize-winning poet and essayist Jeffrey Schultz as a beloved professor of English, humanities, literature, Great Books and formerly creative writing. Schultz combines his love of literature and writing with a passion for teaching — and in both endeavors he said his aim is to find the […]
A Pepperdine senior looks to literature as a way to educate herself about feminism and expand the conversation around it.
While Pepperdine professors are improving women’s visibility in their syllabi, students believe more work needs to be done.
Students remember English Prof. Constance Fulmer’s creative teaching methods and spunky personality.
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.
Written by Hattie PaceArt by Carolina French I look up,and my eyes have to blink.The white stucco is brighter inthe warm air of Sunday morning. I walk in,and my heart warms up;my eyes now aglowunder the twinkle lights above. And then the drums hit the beat,and the piano chords pound;voices rise in harmony,each soul rings […]
Written by Nathan HeardArt by Aliya Edwards A rose bush requires intentional care.It’s a piece of work to keep it healthy,but a piece of work that is rewarding. Roses smell sweet, a scent unparalleled,a paragon of the process of perfection,but the process takes effort. Because every rose has thorns,and if left unattended it becomes easyfor […]
Student and professor panel argues that Great Books serves a greater purpose for everyone.
Alexis Smith’s “Private Lives and Pubic Affairs” showcases everyday objects in a nostalgic light.