A major part of Pepperdine’s identity as a university lies in its Christian tradition and faith-centered atmosphere. However, not all students who choose to attend share this faith.
Students weigh in on the stigma of being an ally to the queer community and the need for on-campus inclusivity.
Pepperdine leaders take action to combat social isolation and bring members of the community together online.
Student employees share their perspectives on how COVID-19 has impacted local businesses and organizations.
Pepperdine senior Megan Dunn merges her interests with her internship, applying her knowledge of PR into the entertainment field.
4 Paws Kiddo Rescue makes its second appearance at the Malibu Farmers Market and encourages students to get involved.
The recent posting on the Freedom Wall raises attention to sustainability issues with Pepperdine’s food service and encourages students to speak out about injustices.
Pepperdine’s newest fraternity on campus highlights professional and community goals for science majors.
This year’s DIF showcase highlights the relationship between feeling and movement through dance.
Pepperdine Students share their experiences both working for and attending the 2020 Grammy Awards.