Tarot cards, sound baths, crystals and meditation all bring people closer to their personal sense of spirituality. Enabling a deeper connection to their soul, these methods cultivate one’s self-love and understanding of their purpose.
Body and Soul incorporates the five senses within a new piece of art, music, film or experience; showcasing what staff find meaningful. Life and Arts copy editor Yamillah Hurtado discusses her experience of watching the sunset at Point Dume State Beach.
President Joe Biden recently ordered airstrikes on Iranian-supported militia groups in Syria and might potentially cause Islamophobia, civilian death and other issues. American people should hold President Biden accountable if he commits any injustices in Syria.
Greta Thunberg’s idea of climate change and peace does not line up with the ideas of the Nobel Peace Prize committee.
Pepperdine kicks off the new semester by devoting the second week of class to MLK’s legacy of social justice and equity.
Art by Madeline Duvall Welcome back to the controlled chaos of a new year, new classes and new resolutions. As Pepperdine’s many hills and staircases teem again with student life, many might be feeling compelled to somehow make 2018 a better year than the one we just left behind. The good news: Pepperdine students have […]
Photos by Brett Bean The Pepperdine Volunteer Center and the Office of Intercultural Affairs finished the Week of Peace, Hope, and Justice with the event, “Prayers for the Nation, Letters to the President,” Jan. 20 at Stauffer Chapel. The focus of the event was to create an open space for the Pepperdine community to discuss, […]
Pepp Walks in Solidarity
Graphic by Evelyn Lee A few years ago, there was a campus conversation about whether we prize civility too much over robust disagreement. The line is fine and important. In fact, I value both and hope to contribute to a university campus where strong, carefully articulated positions are placed in conversation with confidence and vigor. […]
Photo courtesy of JJ Wong The Week of Peace, Hope and Justice continues through Saturday, with several events and talks focused on community and service. To host the week, the Volunteer Center partnered with the Intercultural Affairs Office to promote racial and social equality, solidarity and community. Tonight, School of Law Professor Jeff Baker and […]