With Pepperdine students returning to campus, the Graphic staff encourages the community to acknowledge the unique challenges each class is going through and come together to support each other. Showing up for campus events and activities, including athletic games and performances, can be a big way we can cultivate a community with school spirit.
SGA’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council is expanding this spring and welcomes Seaver students to join.
Photo courtesy of Claire Lee Editor’s Note: Claire Lee is a PGM staff writer for the Fall 2020 semester. From the United States to Canada, Bolivia, Mexico and South Korea, Claire Lee travels around the world. A sophomore political science major, Lee uses her faith, friends and the places she travels to understand herself and […]
It doesn’t matter if you are Black or White.
Today, nothing is apolitical.
The Pepperdine community should continue to unite as one against hate groups and protesters.
Art by Ally Armstrong Several Armenian students at Pepperdine responded in disbelief to reports of Turkish flags hanging from their alma maters. “When I first saw the pictures of the flags on my school, I couldn’t believe it … I couldn’t believe that in this day and age, people would do such a stupid, childish […]
Photo courtesy of Ron Hall In the early hours of Nov. 7, freshman Ashley Mowreader and her suitemates were huddling in the lobby of their Debell F Suite next to a police scanner. News of a shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks broke around 11:30 p.m. Their friend and suitemate Alaina […]
We are part of this community, too.
Although social media can sometimes be a meaningless way to waste time, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram played key roles of communication in the days following the tragic Borderline shooting.