Photo courtesy of Stacey Lee Gobir As a first generation Korean-American, Stacey Lee Gobir has devoted her life’s work to challenging negative stigmas associated with mental health services. Lee Gobir, who earned a bachelor’s degree in creative writing and a master’s degree in Dispute Resolution from Pepperdine, is now a coordinator for the Health, Wellness […]
How will online classes impact students’ daily lives? There’s a silver lining to online classes: more time for students to choose how to live their lives.
Is juggling commitments, social life and school difficult? Take an inside look at fellow Pepperdine students’ personalized study habits and routines to see how their techniques have helped them and how they’ve found a balance between life and school.
Art by Caitlin Roark My journey toward health and wellness began when I moved to Malibu for college; as it turns out, I also moved away from what I now realize was a full-time, nutrition-conscientious chef (and chauffeur) in the form of my mother. I grew up in a home where we never had dessert, […]
Art by Ally Armstrong With the semester just beginning, campus is getting back to its normal, bustling self. Students are getting settled back into their routine, and clubs are advertising for new members. A stereotype exists at Pepperdine that all students have to be heavily involved in events and activities. While it is important to […]
Art by Madeline Duvall Turning 22 is not as fun as Taylor Swift makes it seem. It’s not really an exciting birthday, especially compared to 21. If anything, it may feel like the first boring birthday of one’s adult life. My birthday was on Feb. 8 and leading up to it, I found it hard […]