COVID-19 presents everyone with challenges, but working mothers are severely impacted. Three female faculty members at Pepperdine discuss their experience helping their children with online learning while balancing teaching, researh and service.
As Pepperdine’s Malibu campus partially reopens for limited in-person activity, social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, are allowing community members to distribute information and share personal reactions.
The Black Lives Matter movement, the social media response to our By The Numbers special edition and the Jan. 6 insurrection strengthened the Graphic’s commitment to serving as an inclusive, unbiased news source. The Graphic’s senior leadership team reiterates their values for the spring semester and shares their plans for holding themselves accountable.
When the pandemic began, Bibi Carpenter, center director of University City KinderCare, warned the teachers about its impact.
A July 6 ICE policy threatened to deport international students taking all online classes. Three international students react to this government policy and Pepperdine’s response to it.
Ever since quarantine began, Peter and Alyce, along with their three young children, have been taking walks around their San Carlos neighborhood to get exercise and fresh air. On April 11, the day before Easter, the family decided to take a shortcut home — a route they had never taken before.
San Diego City Council approved a $15.1 million rent relief program and extended the eviction moratorium Tuesday to help residents who are struggling financially due to the coronavirus.
People 65 years and older are at high-risk for severe illness from COVID-19, but during a time when staying home and social distancing are essential to remaining healthy, this same age group is also at risk for something else: loneliness.