A July 6 ICE policy threatened to deport international students taking all online classes. Three international students react to this government policy and Pepperdine’s response to it.
Currents Editor Makena Huey shares her perspective on feminism and her aspirations for this edition of the magazine.
Feminism has historically excluded women of color, who face compounded discrimination due to their complex identities.
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.
One year after tragedy struck the Borderline Bar and Grill, the Thousand Oaks community pays tribute to the victims and survivors by opening a Healing Garden memorial at the Conejo Creek Park.
Pepperdine School of Law professor Douglas Kmiec discusses his greatest accomplishments and challenges in both his life and career.
Makeup is a form of art – one that transcends all boundaries and empowers those who wear it long after it is wiped away at the end of the day. For everyone from drag queens to students, makeup has the power to transform faces and lives with just one brush stroke.
Art by Ally Armstrong This school year has been challenging for Pepperdine and the Malibu community to say the least. The traumatic nature of the shooting, fires, evacuations, protests and unpredictable weather has left students feeling as if they must make up for lost time. With multiple days of classes canceled in November and now […]
Students and faculty at Pepperdine University share the causes and effects of idolizing physical appearance and technology.
From kindness to public policy to mental health awareness, organizations and individuals discuss solutions for ending gun violence in America