Senior Zeke Bongiovanni has a deep love for people and authentic connections.
Photo by Hannah Almsted Editor’s Note: This is the first installment of the Humans of the Caf series, modeled after the popular Humans of New York series. Pepperdine’s community is privileged to have many distinct students — unique students with unique stories. A chance encounter in the Caf can evolve into a gripping conversation and […]
Art by Kris Harper The age old question remains: Can men and women actually have platonic friendships? While, it can be argued that heterosexual men and women are born to be attracted to each other, there still is a case for platonic love between the sexes. Platonic love is defined “in its modern popular sense […]
Art by Peau Porotesano Three years ago, overenthusiastic volunteers in neon orange screamed, “Welcome to Pepperdine!” as my polite father smiled awkwardly in the car rental that was 80 bucks cheaper but not nearly spacious enough for a family of five. The sea of orange is a shade so striking that lawmakers in the 1970s […]
Practice judgment, not being judgmental
Extroverts have a bad name, but what’s their perspective?