Junior Kelli Brickner, like many of her peers, is experiencing burnout this semester, amplified by the lack of rest offered to students from their work. She discusses how a longer, more intentional fall break would greatly benefit students in the long run.
It might be a busy semester, but there are still plenty of things to be thankful for. Pixel Editor Abby Wilt shares what makes her grateful at Pepperdine this past semester.
As students reacclimate to in-person classes, the Graphic argues a longer Thanksgiving break would be very beneficial. The Graphic has added some possible solutions as well.
I didn’t have a Thanksgiving this past fall. Sure, I had turkey and pie, but I was spending so much time thinking about what I’d lost – what those around me had lost – that I forgot to reflect on what I had to be thankful about. The massive tryptophan-heavy meal served only to fuel […]
The easiest friends giving recipe ever
It might be the greatest time of the year, but going back home for the holiday may include having to deal with some not so great family members. “How is school?” “Are you dating someone?” “What are your plans after college?” “You look fat/thin.” “When are you going to get a real job?” Whether it […]
Too much holiday spirit can actually ruin Christmas
Courtesy of Spotify For those returning from colder regions, fall seems to be merely an extension of summer rather than the brisk, colorful season many know and love. In an effort to bring Fall to Malibu, here is a playlist full of acoustic melodies to listen to while cranking out the last few projects before […]
Photos By Addy Rogers Gray Wilking is outfitted in a long-sleeved flannel shirt, rain pants and hiking boots, despite the fact that it’s only 9 a.m. and almost 80 degrees. On this particularly sunny day in October, her job involves leading a small group of Pepperdine volunteers through freshly planted rows of asparagus, citrus trees, […]
In this article, we explore the origins of soul food and its importance to the Black community