Throughout the 21st century, interracial relationships have become more common and accepted in society. Three couples within the Pepperdine community discuss their experiences being a part of interracial relationships and the challenges and lessons that come with it.
As living during a pandemic has forced many people to completely restructure their lives, the culture around finding love has also changed entirely.
A poem from the Currents Spring 2021 Creative Writing Competition.
Singer-songwriter Callie Mechelke uses music as a form of catharsis to overcome heartbreak and release emotions. Mechelke has written about a variety of topics, ranging from past romantic relationships to her faith in God.
Nicholas Olson said he is able to find peace when he is with his girlfriend, Valentina Monteagudo. Together, they have been facing the ups and downs that come with a long-distance relationship.
Madison Menefee reflects on her journey to faith and what it means to share that part of herself with the ones she loves.
For Senior Alaina Trofler, love is something that should be cherished. In her relationship with her boyfriend, Bailey Sincomb, she has learned about the importance of a healthy relationship and what it means to grow as a couple.
The Pepperdine Men’s Basketball team has avid followers and fans who have developed a relationship with the team. They have used Twitter as a way to connect and form these relationships
Roses are red, violets are blue; race shouldn’t be the reason someone doesn’t love you. It’s time for America to re-evaluate what its prejudices are and learn the true definition of a preference.
Relationships at Pepperdine are often serious, which leads to long term relationships and marriage. These relationships, of all shapes and sizes, appear plentiful in the Pepperdine community.