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.
Social Media Distributes Information and Reactions Regarding Partial Campus Reopening
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.
Staff Editorial: The Graphic’s Senior Leaders Strengthen Their Commitment to Inclusive, Unbiased Coverage
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.
The Graphic Special Edition Fall 2020 | By The Numbers
California College Media Association Best Special Issue First Place and General Innovation Award Third Place Behind every number is the… Read more The Graphic Special Edition Fall 2020 | By The Numbers
The Graphic at a Glance
From the number of assignments to the diversity of the staff, this is the Graphic by the numbers.
‘Something People Don’t Think Happens’: Students and Staff Speak about Sexual Assault
Sexual assault is pervasive on college campuses across the nation, yet many students believe Pepperdine is exempt. Student leaders and staff discuss the reality of sexual assault on campus, including prevention education.
Pepperdine and International Students Respond to Recent ICE Policy
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.
Staff Editorial: The Graphic Commits to Amplifying Black Student Voices
Eighty-three years after the Graphic published its first issue, the current leaders of the student-run organization reflect on their responsibility to do better, committing themselves to amplifying Black voices and pursuing the truth long after it is breaking news.
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.