There are some negative preconceived notions about meditation. Some think it is sitting down in a lotus position, while others are just confused on what they are supposed to think about when meditating. Meditation is simply focusing on breathing. It is a technique to alleviate stress and makes people more focused and relaxed. It sounds […]
History majors are often scoffed at for their choice to study what many understand to be the “irrelevant” past. But history is more than interesting food for thought; it is essential.
The halls of Pepperdine are a dangerous place for those who are not gifted in name recollection, and Pepperdine Probz feels your pain. Every student knows that horrible moment when they are hiking up stairs or waiting in line at the Caf when a complete stranger locks eyes with them, calls them by name, and […]
Art by Christine Nelson Tutoring a Spanish 152 student this semester, I realize how much I’ve forgotten — and how much I surprisingly remember — since completing my Hispanic Studies degree last spring. I sometimes won’t immediately remember simple things, like the third-person plural preterite endings for verbs, but other things that I never realized […]
When I was younger, I looked at the globe — still unfamiliar with its geography and personality — and thought: “This is the world. This is it. With all the war and selfishness of history, we have arrived at this permanent place in time. The time where everything became what it was forever meant to […]