Since its first edition in 1937, the Graphic has adapted to the times to continue providing news to the Pepperdine and surrounding communities. Former editors, a former adviser and a current adviser to the Graphic share their experiences at the student newspaper.
Photo by Terra Atwood Sprinkled throughout Professor Christopher Doran’s office is: a statue of Saint Francis of Assisi, a bobblehead Jesus, and a Segway, on which he glides to and from work. A graduate of Pepperdine’s Natural Sciences Division and University of California Berkeley’s school of theology, Doran is ambidextrous in his discussions of ecology […]
Pepperdine students, faculty and staff came together for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Panel Discussion and Town Hall at Smother’s Theater hosted by Pepperdine Graphic Media on Oct. 3.
Graphic by Nate Barton In my 21 short years on this earth, I’ve come in contact with a lot of advice on how to be successful. This advice comes from well-meaning people, articles, listicles, TEDTalks and speakers who come in with their years of experience and hard earned success, and explain how you too can […]
Photo by Cecily Breeding Dear Reader, Faith is all around us. It affects Netflix binges, global geopolitics, meme culture and, of course, education. Pepperdine stakes its identity in the idea that education isolated from faith is incomplete. Now, scholars and critics increasingly realize that the sequestration of values from education makes for a fragmented worldview. […]
Art by Nate Barton My experience as a female Christian has less to do with overcoming the sometimes-subtle marginalization we experience as women, and so much more to do with who I believe Christ wants and allows me to be: fully His, fully human, fully a woman and fully complex. I think many people who […]
A born-and-raised Church of Christer reflects on how to love a denomination while recognizing its faults.
Freshman Priyanka Harania describes adjusting to Pepperdine from Kenya.
Art by Chris Chen Throughout high school, I defied cliches at every turn. I played varsity basketball, but I was also a soft-spoken academic who liked to write for the school paper. I took German because everybody else took Spanish. I grew up overseas. I picked a university that was far-flung from the typical southeast-Michigan […]
Campus recreation’s equipment is put to the test in freezing weather