Pepperdine students give review guides of the best love films for love season. There is a film for everyone, ranging from the idealistic classics to realistic tear-jerkers.
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 pop culture sweeps the whole world, more people are taking part in hip-hop and breakdance. “Work It” is especially attractive to viewers during COVID-19, when many are confined inside and eager to move their bodies.
“Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” maintains its relevance by reminding us that we must communicate with each other to form lasting bonds. This film is a bittersweet commentary on how we view relationships.
“Love, Simon” paves the way for mainstream movies with more inclusion.
Have the Valentine’s Day blues? Here’s why Valentine’s Day is secretly the best holiday of all.
“The Shape of Water” is a visually stunning film, but it lacks heart.
Photo Courtesy of Ron Hall The play “Eurydice” completely sold out at Pepperdine University from Jan. 24-28. The show was performed at the Lindhurst Theatre on the Malibu campus. “The play itself is nonrealistic in style, so the main characters and her interactions in the world and then her death and subsequent travel to the […]
Long distance relationships teach us something new
Alternates to traditional romance can be just as fulfilling