Students have the right to make choices regarding their sexual activity without fearing disciplinary action from the University.
The University must explain why this rule may apply in some cases and not others.
The Freedom Wall continues to be misused and underappreciated by students
Graphics by Cassandra Stephenson Students from all Pepperdine schools received an email regarding Pepperdine’s sexual misconduct policy from the Office of the Vice President for Student Life on Sept. 9, ahead of Sexual Assault Awareness Week, which began Monday. The email stated that Pepperdine prohibits sexual misconduct and is prepared to receive reports and offer […]
Art by Peau Porotesano Full disclosure: it took us several minutes to find excerpts from the student handbook online. We promise we weren’t using dial-up. We live during an era in which a simple Google search of “Pepperdine student handbook” yields 25,500 results in 0.32 seconds, yet the Pepperdine administration hasn’t informed students about a […]
Graphic by Chad Jimenez This year’s Seaver College Student Handbook has an updated hazing policy, which includes a broader definition of hazing, an explanation of the responsibility of passive participants and clarification that consent cannot be used as a defense of hazing. The policy changes are the result of a review of several hazing incidents […]