Transparency Item: The Perspectives section of the Graphic includes an advice column based on new topics and different writers’ thoughts. This is the opinion and perspective of the writer. Hey Waves, It’s never fun feeling like the third or fifth wheel when it comes to sharing the sidewalk with your friends. The solutions to these challenges are just a step away. In … [Read more...] about Advice Column: Share the Sidewalk
Transparency item:The Perspectives section of the Graphic is comprised of articles based on opinion. This is the opinion and perspective of the writer. Entertainment media adds spice to life, with the constant releases of new movies, television shows, books, music, video games and more. The world feels less lonely when relating to the lyrics of a song or stirs feelings of … [Read more...] about Opinion: Respect Needs to be Prioritized in Fandom Culture
Art by Amber Shin Imagine this: You’ve just finished a grueling day of classes and hours of homework, and you're about to crash because you are exhausted. Except you can’t. Your neighbors are blasting music at 1 a.m. Two hours later, you wake up to people playing basketball on the court, dribbling the ball and shouting at each other. Then, around 8 a.m., you’re awoken by … [Read more...] about Staff Editorial: Rest is All We Need
Art by Ally ArmstrongOne of the most distinct ways that Pepperdine upholds its Church of Christ roots is through the Convocation requirement. According to Pepperdine's website, Convo is intended "to help Pepperdine students build Christian faith, affirm Christian values, and address the moral and ethical dimensions of current issues."However, for some, Convocation is tedious at … [Read more...] about Give Convo a Chance
Image courtesy of the BSAThe new school year is in full swing, and so is the Black Student Association (BSA) here at Pepperdine. BSA is continuing to promote diversity, inclusion and cultural competency, as some occupants of our university are lacking in education on these issues. On a larger scale, the nation has entered a new era, yet liberty and justice for all has still … [Read more...] about Why Can’t We Have Cultural Statues, Too?