Pepperdine junior Heather Chaffin recently founded Pepperdine’s chapter of DECA. DECA is a student organization designed to set up its members for professional success through competition and community service.
Theodore Melfi’s 2017 film “Hidden Figures” tells the true story of three groundbreaking Black women working at NASA during the Space Race. The film stars Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monáe.
Senior Eve Gay started her luxury jewelry concierge company, STONED, in November 2020. Gay works directly with clients to find them custom high-end jewelry pieces such as rings, necklaces and tennis bracelets.
With Pepperdine’s campus closed, many students are spending more time in the Malibu area and living off campus for the first time. Students used to the safe and isolated bubble of campus are forced to reckon with life — and crime — outside of the Pepperdine community.
Support groups can help people feel seen, understood and connected, especially during a global pandemic.
Pepperdine pledged to create a more inclusive and diverse environment at the University. The next step is hiring more faculty members of color and supporting those who already work at Pepperdine.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement, Greek groups had to decide what being a part of a Greek organization is really about.
Seaver College plans to hold in-person graduation ceremonies on Alumni Park for the classes of 2020 and 2021 this May.
Whether they’ve taught at Pepperdine for five years or 25, students, faculty and the administration regularly assess professors’ skills in and outside of the classroom.
Originally released Sept. 13, 2000, Cameron Crowe’s “Almost Famous” marks two decades of resonating with music fans worldwide. The film follows a teenage journalist living his dream as a reporter for Rolling Stone magazine.