As a private university, Pepperdine is under less obligation to reveal institutional information, but that should not be the standard. The University should empower its students and student-journalists in their pursuit of truth.
How are journalists supposed to explain news literacy when someone needs to be news literate to understand it? The Graphic challenges itself to educate its readers through transparency and a dedication to serving its audience.
The University has provided several sporadic updates in the past year regarding COVID-19 related changes. In a remote setting, students need clear, timely communication to assess their future plans.
Belief systems require grace, understanding and passion, but they also deserve to be challenged.
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.
The Student Government Association discussed transparency, sophomore class T-shirts and The New York Times at its Wednesday, February 5 meeting.
How do we look past the surface-level nature of sustainable companies to address unethical factory practices?
“I don’t think there’s any reason for the student body to know the details of the impeachment.” -SGA President Meredith McCune
With the primaries coming ever closer, some questions that should be posed to one of the main presidential frontrunners