SMMUSD recently announced plans to begin carrying out in-person classes. With pleas to reopen being ignored, LAUSD is left wondering when it can do the same.
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Negative stereotypes are detrimental to our political system, and people need to start hearing each other out instead of pointing fingers.
Art by Peau Porotesano When I met with my career counselor last year, she told me that I would most likely switch my career seven times in my life. This advice ran counter to my mom’s advice of sticking to one career for the rest of my life. I’m not the only Millennial receiving this […]
Photo by Alli Burnison “Growing up my mom always warned me never to get a tattoo, because if I did I would never be able to find a respectable job,” Pepperdine alumna Galina Carson said. Carson graduated in May of 2016 from Pepperdine University with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. This summer, she interned […]
Art by Christopher Chen Although America is, at least nominally, a secular nation, talk of religion and religious rhetoric has been a hallmark of its political realm. From recent talk about the implications of Bernie Sanders being a secular Jew to the high politicization of religion in the GOP, the talk of religion and politics […]
Art by Christine Nelson Christianity has hit a rut. According to a 2015 study by the Pew Research Center, the number of Americans who identify as Christian has dropped considerably over the past seven years, more than any other religious group. In contrast, the largest gain was seen in those who don’t identify with any […]
Photo by Marisa Padilla Glass. Glass everywhere. Glass and gas. Pepperdine junior Jacob Norte woke up sitting in his car, upside down, that fateful September night. He crawled through the door, staggered and sat down on the pavement with pain shooting across his neck and head. His passenger, a female student, was screaming in fear. […]
Younger generations are shifting their religious perspectives