Pepperdine School of Law professor Douglas Kmiec discusses his greatest accomplishments and challenges in both his life and career.
The tragic Jan. 29 military raid in Yemen shows urgent need for checks on executive power in foreign policy decisions.
At least 14 Pepperdine students are safe in Paris Friday night after a series of terrorist attacks took place in Paris around 10:30 p.m. local time, the Graphic has confirmed. France is under martial law and all borders have been closed. Emails were sent to IP participants, staff, parents and emergency contacts regarding the situation in Paris. […]
Art by Christopher Chen Author Stephen King received the National Medal of Arts from President Barack Obama on Thursday, Sept. 10. Since its establishment in 1985, this high honor has only been awarded to about 20 fiction authors, including such celebrated American writers as Ralph Ellison, author of “Invisible Man,” and John Updike, author of […]
Professor Michael Shires and students reflect on the president’s recent proposal to make the first two years of community college free for students who meet certain criteria
Keanu (left) with his family at his dad’s retirement ceremony on the military base in Ansbach, Germany. As a campus, we are well acquainted with international students, but few of us are aware of another breed. This type of peculiar persons includes President Obama, Kobe Bryant, King Jong Un and Cady Heron from Mean Girls. […]
Art by Sacha Irick On July 21, 1969, the world sat in eager anticipation as Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the moon, declaring to a worldwide audience of millions that it was “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Armstrong’s moonwalk captured the hope and anticipation of […]
With midterm elections to be held later this year, both the Republicans and Democrats are engaging in a tug-o-war sort of policy making stemming from similar party agendas to get votes in November. The GOP intends to take the White House next presidential election as President Obama completes his final term. Beyond that, they have […]
Dealings behind the scenes of international politics are often shrouded within private meetings and top-secret documents. The crisis in Syria has opened a tiny window through which we, the citizens of the world, can peer. Most of the clarity at the moment doesn’t come from our own government, but from other countries. President Barack Obama […]
The incapability to resolve recent failures within The Affordable Heathcare Act, better known as Obamacare, has many people wondering … does Obama even care? Not only do the website glitches leave the health care initiative looking like a mess, but weakness within this U.S. law leaves America looking like a mess. Issues have continuously prolonged […]