Junior Elizabeth Chung discusses her perspective on feminism and how leadership styles aren’t one-size-fits-all.
Biology and sociology are essential to understanding the complexities of race and social constructions.
There is an alternative to pills that can change lives.
Art by Ally Armstrong In today’s instant society, it is unquestionable that celebrities and influencers alike hold power to sway the opinions of a crowd. With Malibu being a celebrity hot-spot, our campus and community is no exception to this influence. It is each person’s responsibility, however, to educate themselves on such publicized matters in […]
Back in the day, Sally didn’t compare her life to others. She got mostly B’s in school, and a couple C’s that her parents still don’t know about. She enjoyed reading historical fiction and joining family on vacations to Montana. She was introverted, to say the least, but savored her solitude. Overall, Sally was happy […]
Visiting lecturer explained how to deal with hatred in an anxious society
The beginning of the school year often brings love life woes to the front of one’s mind, but be sure to take time to love yourself.
Art by Peau Porotesano “I’m so busy,” is a phrase spoken at Pepperdine many times a day. Students often complain about their overbooked schedules and a hundred different exams. Yet, at the same time, many students still find time to watch hours of Netflix and go out with friends regularly. While some people really do […]
Art by Sybil Zhang God provides humanity with the Biblical text to be applied to every time period’s context, regardless of how society has changed through the duration. Therefore, the Bible’s meaning is true and unchanging yesterday, today and forever. Many Christians understand the Bible as the written truth of God. However, discerning the original […]
David Brooks Lecture Lights the Road to Character