Identity is foundational to finding oneself and navigating the social world. Four members of the Pepperdine community share moments that shaped their understanding of their own personal identities.
Students visited San Francisco the weekend of March 18-20 where they learned about a variety of social justice movements. The annual trip featured four groups which discovered different eras and parts of the city.
The annual trip to San Francisco was postponed over concerns of COVID-19. The trip aimed to educate students on social justice movements and provide an opportunity to travel.
Pepperdine students are sharing a petition that argues Pepperdine’s Sexual Relationships Policy creates an environment of discrimination and judgment. By focusing on the policy, students hope to see change.
With two COVID-19 vaccines officially Federal Drug Administration emergency approved, vaccine rollout is slowly picking up speed in California. Pepperdine community members share their experiences getting vaccinated and look to the future mass vaccination could create.
Eleven individuals share their experiences and thoughts on being in committed relationships. Among each of them, the importance of love, trust and sense of self holds true.
Recent events at the Freedom Wall open up a larger conversation about how Pepperdine interacts with its LGBTQ+ students.
Photos by Madison Harwell Sophomore Marian Muegge walked the wide streets and narrow alleys of San Francisco’s Chinatown last weekend while a tour guide spoke about the historical area. The tour was part of the Year2Malibu educational trip to San Francisco, in which students visit museums, tour the city and discuss historical movements. The program […]