Athletics assistant director, women’s soccer coach and female athletes share their experiences with concussions, discuss possible preventive measures and share Pepperdine’s safety protocols.
Senior Hanna Sturwold shares her journey to becoming a professional film editor.
Photos by Callie Mechelke Freshman Natalia Escobedo prefers to worship in Spanish. Junior Ikechukwu Egwuonwu likes Nigerian Gospel music. Senior Anna Renfro enjoys traditional Christian hymns. Everyone worships differently. Worship isn’t just white, isn’t just Western, as scholars said some presume. Worship is colorful, global and shaped by all identities. “We need to realize that […]
It’s just not a museum OF selfies, it’s also a museum ABOUT them.
Free food, a convocation credit and an open space for discussion.
Female directors and industry professionals weigh-in on struggles, successes and equality during “Women Direct” film screening and panel discussion at Graziadio.
Popcorn in hand, the lights fade…
Pepperdine students watched the pilot of “For the People” a week before the rest of the country during an event organized by the School of Law.
Gilbert and Sullivan’s entertainment juggernaut, “The Pirates of Penzance,” premieres at Pepp.
Graphic art makes its way to Pepp.