People think they have to have experience in professional writing and journalism to join a news organization, but that simply is not the case. No matter your interests, apply to the Graphic for spring 2022 — and more specifically, apply for Perspectives.
Marina Sangit improves her everyday well-being by setting time aside for creative writing.
The president and faculty adviser of Pepperdine’s Poetry Society share their passion for writing and their perspective on poetry as a form of art.
Sophomore Kara Tyler is in the process of writing her first poetry book.
Art by Caitlin Roark When people try to learn new skills, it isn’t normal for them to master it on the first try. That idea of needing to be perfect at something can drive people away from practicing. They would rather not fail at a task than use that failure to learn how to do […]
An elf, a halfling and a dragonborn walk into a bar…
Graphic by Nate Barton A few professors in the Creative Writing department start their first class meetings with a very important question: “Why does fiction matter?” People might understand that fiction is important, but it is harder to pinpoint exactly why it is so significant. Fiction strengthens people’s worlds by distributing information, common understanding and […]
The art of the written word is not lost.
Art by Peau Porotesano Pepperdine students are encouraged often to find ways to give back and serve their community. Working at Pepperdine Graphic Media is a form of service that comes with more than a few perks. PGM offers a variety of jobs and experiences. Students not only create articles and opinion pieces like this […]
Under the shade of one LA Tree sits bundles of notes, journal entries and whole diaries — open for writing and viewing to anyone who comes through. This tree lies atop Cahuenga Peak [Burbank Peak?] in the Hollywood Hills and is known to many as the Wisdom Tree.