The perfect shot, the best lighting, a clever caption — these are all aspects of a curated Instagram post. Senior Matt Cannon described the aesthetic of his Instagram profile as eccentric, provocative and colorful. Cannon features similar colors and shapes across his Instagram to evoke a feeling of unity and cohesiveness. “My aesthetic incorporates hues you don’t see on a … [Read more...] about Instagram Aesthetics: Creative Outlet or Competition?
Jeep owners have embraced the wave of participation in “ducking” the cars of fellow Jeep owners. A small act of kindness that began in 2020, has waddled over from Canada and expanded throughout the 50 states, according to an article by Parade. The movement, which began with a simple post on Facebook in 2020, has since gained 89,000 followers and continues to grow, according to … [Read more...] about Duck, Duck Jeep: Students Share In The Simple Act of Kindness
Transparency Item: The Perspectives section of the Graphic is comprised of articles based on opinion. This is the opinion and perspective of the writer. Oh no! You opened Snapchat and saw that all of your friends were at a party that you hadn’t heard about. Yikes! Your partner liked another person's scandalous Instagrampost. These are just a couple of the … [Read more...] about Opinion: Social Media Hurts Relationships
Loren Eastman applies her favorite Rhode lip treatment. Eastman said this is one of her favorite products. Photos by Lucian HimesSkin care varies from person to person — three Pepperdine students said their skin-care habits and products are important to them in many ways.Loren Eastman and her love for The OrdinarySenior Loren Eastman said she started using skin care in … [Read more...] about Skin-care Testimonies: Students Share Their Go-to Products
Art by Whitney Powell Plans get canceled, T.V. shows get canceled and, sometimes, people get canceled.Some call it 'accountability' and others call it a 'time-out,' but one thing everyone said they can agree on is the mention of 'cancel culture' sends chills down their spines. In recent years, Public Relations Professor Jamila Cupid said cancel culture has become one of the … [Read more...] about The Cancel Culture Conversation: Controversy is Just a Click Away