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Category: Currents Magazine
How Diversity Shapes Human Interaction
From race and socioeconomic status to gender and sexual orientation, diversity comes in many different shapes and sizes.
If It Isn’t Intersectional, It Isn’t Feminism
In a world where the white male view is made normative, being both a person of color and a woman alters one’s lived experience.
Letter From the Editor | Currents Spring 2020
When I applied for my dream position of editor-in-chief of Currents, there was no doubt what my theme would be. Exploring gender equality and feminism was the only option.
Currents Magazine Spring 2020 | Everyday Feminism
This past semester, I have had the incredible opportunity to serve as editor-in-chief of Pepperdine’s Currents Magazine.
Students Share Perspectives on Gender Inequality
Currents magazine gave Seaver students the opportunity to share their perspectives on and experiences with gender inequality and feminism.
Flipping the Script: Challenging Motifs in Literature and Film
From the opening pages of Genesis to the opening scenes of Western movies, media has traditionally associated light with positivity and darkness with negativity.
The Art of Makeup Transforms Faces and Lives
Powerful. Confident. Beautiful. Free. These are the words drag queen Jazmyn Simone used to encapsulate how she feels when wearing makeup.
The Poetry Society Provides a Community for Creativity
When senior creative writing major Jacob Wolfe founded Pepperdine’s Poetry Society in 2015, he simply wanted to improve his writing. Poetry enabled Wolfe to find his voice, and now the Poetry Society enables others to find theirs.
Social Media | Worshipping False Idols
Idolizing other people and their content. Obsessing over the perfect photos. Drawing self-worth from followers. Prioritizing apps over everything else. These are only some examples of what it looks like to worship social media.