For over a year, alumna Channa Steinmetz (2020) reported on a workplace sexual assault investigation that occurred within DPS during the Spring of 2019.
sexual assault awareness
While March can serve as a time to honor the women in one’s life, it must also be a time for reflection on the darker reality of women’s safety. Pepperdine must address the lack of safety for the women on campus.
Sexual assault is pervasive on college campuses across the nation, yet many students believe Pepperdine is exempt. Student leaders and staff discuss the reality of sexual assault on campus, including prevention education.
When sexual assaults occur on campus, how do Pepperdine and other schools respond?
An examination into the procedures behind Title IX analyzes Pepperdine’s and other universities’ responses to sexual assault cases.
Photos by Kaelin Mendez Pepperdine students, faculty and staff came together to “Take Back the Night” on Monday evening, gathering at the amphitheater for an evening of worship, testimony, music and various forms of art to educate the community about all forms of violence and abuse. “‘Take Back the Night’ puts us on the path […]
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.