La Shonda Coleman discusses her promotion from Title IX coordinator for students to associate vice president and University Title IX coordinator. This role combines her existing duties with increased interaction and training with faculty and staff.
“Accepting all the good and bad about someone. It’s a great thing to aspire to. The hard part is actually doing it.” ― Sarah Dessen
The annual report reveals the criminal activities that occurred across all Pepperdine campuses in 2018.
Dean of Students Mark Davis and Associate Dean of Students Sharon Beard make changes based on student feedback, federal requirements.
With these two reports, the total of sexual crimes on campus reported this semester rises to seven
As the #MeToo movement takes over the media, Christians struggle with finding a line between forgiving sexual perpetrators and seeking justice for survivors
Pepperdine students express their opinions of Kavanaugh’s confirmation, and they urge their peers to join the conversation
Students can learn more about bystander intervention by earning their Step Up Certificate.
Beyond the #MeToo campaign, what can students do?
It’s not enough just to condemn Harvey Weinstein, society must shift on a fundamental level to prevent the cycle of sexual oppression from continuing.