During the midway point of the semester, it’s important to step back and remember the goal.
After seven reported incidents of sexual misconduct on campus, the University speaks out
Congratulations, midterm season is officially over! No more fretting over unread chapters, last-minute studying curled up on a couch in Payson Library and almost crying of anxiety minutes before an exam. But that doesn’t mean you should procrastinate on those readings again and wait until the very last minute to start that 10-page research paper. […]
Graphic by Nate Barton A lot happens during your first week of school. You go to your first classes, start the semester’s activities and generally begin to understand what kind of mess you’ve gotten yourself into. Pepperdine students are notorious for overcommitting themselves, and the first several weeks are when that reality begins to set […]
Art by Christine Nelson Tutoring a Spanish 152 student this semester, I realize how much I’ve forgotten — and how much I surprisingly remember — since completing my Hispanic Studies degree last spring. I sometimes won’t immediately remember simple things, like the third-person plural preterite endings for verbs, but other things that I never realized […]