Musical lyrics and melodies play upon themes of light and dark to create new meanings.
Photos Courtesy of Peter Filimaua As an aspiring filmmaker, Junior Peter Filimaua hopes to spread positivity and tell good stories. Currently in the process of creating a documentary, Filimaua said he wanted to show the lives of the people living on the streets near Angel Stadium in Orange County. “I was driving past the stadium […]
Photos by Lidia Bayne Students gathered in Elkins Auditorium on Wednesday, Jan. 18, for the convocation event “The Stories That We Tell” — a panel discussion with Associate Chaplain Eric Wilson, Professor Roslyn Satchel and Associate Dean of Student Affairs for Diversity and Inclusion David Humphrey. The event was part of Peace, Hope and Justice […]
Pepperdine alumna remembers her dreams of working for “The Gipper” and how those dreams came true.
Photos by Megan Won Jael Villalobos wore a pair of black-framed glasses with which she occasionally fidgeted. She sat at a HAWC table in a gray cotton T-shirt and a long jean skirt with her hair down and natural. Her ears were unpierced — in fact, she didn’t have any jewelry on. And if one […]
Photos by Berkley Mason The Womack Speech Competition, an annual competition that occurs during the fall semester, will be storytelling themed for the first time for this December’s competition. The Spotlight Storytelling Festival kicked off on March 30, the first of many storytelling events that are anticipated for next year. Senior Emily Hirsch, Head of […]
Art by Peau Porotesano Before transferring into Pepperdine, I thought I was getting away from the whole “ring by spring” hype. At Azusa Pacific University, you seldom ran into a soon-to-be graduating senior who wasn’t considering the big question. Sometimes I felt like it was almost a cultural expectation on campus and that people who […]