Overcommitment on campus and how students deal with it.
Daniel Perez is a graduate student, surfer, skater and songwriter who comes alive at night.
Art by Peau Porotesano There are some moments in life you can’t change; like the time I dropped my toothbrush on the floor of a hostel in Bern, Switzerland. That toothbrush, which I should have burned on the spot, but instead discarded as quickly as possible, is a good metaphor for all the disastrous events […]
If you’re like me, the school year feels like it’s filled with back-to-back finals, late night study sessions and more trips to Starbucks than you’d care to admit. It can all be a blur and it’s easy for students to forget one very important thing: sleep. Sleep is vital to a healthy mind and body, […]
We live in a culture that thrives on valuing hard work. This is great! We enjoy trading anecdotes of success stories and how we pulled ourselves up from our bootstraps, and as college students, one of our favorite things to do is to complain about how much we deprive ourselves. If I had an hour […]
Art by Jacklyn Maza There’s a long-standing joke that as a student, we have three options: sleep, good grades and a social life. Students may choose only two. Given that grades and a social life usually take priority, most of us have given up on the hope of a good night’s rest. It is a […]
It’s Nap Time, Pepperdine
Health Center hosts party to discuss dangers of sleep deprivation Sleep deprivation is a huge issue on campus, according to the Student Health Center. So they hosted a pajama party. Free food, giveaways, a movie screening and a pajama contest marked the Student Health Center’s event about sleep Tuesday at 6 p.m in the Caf […]