During COVID-19, many Pepperdine students were relatively isolated. But now that we are back in person, how can Pepperdine adjust to meet the needs of students who are struggling to adjust to increased social interaction?
COVID-19 has left the world feeling hopeless, but has also brought positive experiences for many. Business Director Hadley Biggs sheds light on how we should focus on the positives rather than the negatives during COVID-19.
The COVID-19 virus can cross into the brain and cause a vast array of mental health issues, ranging from brain fog to severe anxiety, depression and psychosis. For a school that values the fruits of the mind, Pepperdine should protect staff and student health best through mandatory vaccination.
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Looking for jobs can be stressful if done incorrectly. For students, LinkedIn is perhaps not the best place to search for jobs or connect with professionals.
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Petty Perspective is a column highlighting the rants and thoughts everyone thinks but never gets a chance to put into words. This time, we hear from Aj Muonagolu, who puts an interesting spin on the story of Noah and the exposition we are missing out on in Genesis.
Over the summer, social media and streets rang with the sounds of protests against injustices. Now there is silence — how does one continue in allyship with the Black community?
After a summer and fall full of promises to promote diversity and inclusion, upper administration needs to ensure their next move is appropriate. Pepperdine cannot truly be a home to all until campus no longer allows for a culture of complacency surrounding bigotry.
It is necessary for students to utilize their educational privilege to form global opinions.