Photo by Kailyn Neil In a school abundant with passion for the arts, it’s not a surprise that Songfest is one of Pepperdine’s most beloved traditions. This year’s show will honor the tradition by captivating audiences with outstanding performances and dazzling lights, as the theme is “Bright Lights, Big City.” Songfest took place for […]
Has the Pepperdine expectation become a reality?
Photo by Marisa Padilla “Necessary Targets” tells the story of seven women who struggle through the Bosnian War. Set in the 1990s, it takes the audience back to a time of immense suffering and pain, yet offers enough comic relief to maintain a mild ambiance. The production of “Necessary Targets” is the first for the […]
Photo by Paola Ramos It is not every day that we are afforded the opportunity to voice our opinions. The annual Posse Plus retreat provided this privilege to many Pepperdine students, myself included. Students and faculty members discussed social issues that affect the Pepperdine community, as well as the rest of the world, on a […]
Photo Courtesy of LAZYGEEKS.COM “Riddick,” the David Twohy film is the third installment of the movie franchise, beginning with “The Chronicles of Riddick.” Set on a desert-like planet, the film starts out with Riddick attempting to find a means of survival after being betrayed and left for dead by the people he once ruled. The […]
Photo by Marie Meneses The words “fiesta” and “vida” automatically come to mind when I think of my Mexican roots. Coming to Pepperdine, I realized it would not be a simple feat finding people with similar backgrounds as mine. I know there are Hispanic students here; however, it is not always easy to find them. […]
Photo by Brandon Scheirman Phoebe Beasley conveyed real-life situations in an artistic manner, clearly portraying the beauty of these common realities. Her art’s warmth and familiarity, along with her vividly written descriptions of each piece, provided a window into the artist’s life and background. Senior Christina Marzban said “I’m really excited about the fact that […]
Photo by Whitney Irick For centuries, women were expected to wed, have children, tend to the household and care for their husbands. In the past few decades, though, women have been redefining their roles in society through various means. Women are much more likely to receive a college education now than they were 30 years […]