The Student Wellness Advisory Board held “Love Your Body Week” with a series of events to encourage students to take care of themselves in every way. Junior Healthy Communities ambassador Mallory Finley said in college especially, students need a reminder to love themselves and take care of their social, mental and physical health.
While March can serve as a time to honor the women in one’s life, it must also be a time for reflection on the darker reality of women’s safety. Pepperdine must address the lack of safety for the women on campus.
Under the guise of anti-racism, the Student Wellness Advisory Board and the Student Government Association used Pepperdine’s Campus Life fee to promote an ideology of collective guilt and racial division.
Some students believe Pepperdine’s location and culture contribute to a false reality. Beneath the surface, many students crave more vulnerable conversations surrounding topics like mental health.
Although most students reside off campus this semester, Pepperdine still chose to charge a $63 Campus Life fee. The fee will be used to foster community through online mediums.
SWAB invites the Pepperdine community to learn more about healthy relationships and domestic violence
Organizers of Waves Weekend discuss the various events they are looking forward to in this annual tradition this year.
Art by Ally Armstrong There’s a plethora of evidence for the benefits of a regular gym routine, but having a healthy lifestyle is more than going to the gym. Regular exercise can have the same effect as antidepressant medication, according to Harvard Medical School. A study from Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology found […]
Student’s Campus Life Fee is being reallocated as part of a multi-year initiative by SGA to transition SWAB into an independently funded organization.
SWAB is changing the conversation about mental health