As masking mandates begin to lift in California schools, educators discuss how students have coped emotionally through the pandemic. Teachers discuss students who were stripped of basic social-learning skills and the consequences of isolation as they returned to classrooms.
Picture this: It’s right before the first day of classes and the official class schedule is out. The class titles are confusing and the professors are unknown. The only place to go is to Rate My Professors.
YikYak is taking over Pepperdine and there is controversy of whether it is good or bad. The lighthearted app is positive in its regard to entertainment and student communication.
With more students on campus and less parking available, it has become increasingly more difficult to get around in a timely and efficient manner. DPS should change the regulations to make campus more accessible and easier to get around.
GNews producer Christina Buravtsova speaks with Pepperdine students, administration, staff and water containers about the bustling campus as students return to Malibu in full force.
2020 and 2021 were years filled with racial attacks and pain. Because of this, students of color need to address and honor their mental health more than ever.
Pepperdine students who have been away from campus for almost a year are able to return after the university partially reopened its facilities this week.
The Pepperdine Justice Coalition organized an in-person protest Nov. 11, calling for more action and acknowledgment from administrators. PJC is a new organization aiming to spark conversation and change on campus.
Photo courtesy of Jeffrey Schultz Many students know the prize-winning poet and essayist Jeffrey Schultz as a beloved professor of English, humanities, literature, Great Books and formerly creative writing. Schultz combines his love of literature and writing with a passion for teaching — and in both endeavors he said his aim is to find the […]
Being online due to COVID-19 has created a void between students and organizations like SGA. It is important that both students and SGA do their part to stay involved and communicate.