As summer begins, students prepare for their summer abroad programs. Pepperdine offers a multitude of programs across the globe and encourages students to take advantage of these opportunities to travel and learn.
During their senior years, students make everlasting memories and celebrate their accomplishments, while trying to figure out what’s next. Three Pepperdine seniors share their feelings around their futures after graduation.
Sophomore Chris Ganey said he believes Chick-fil-A sauce is the best condiment. He said the mixture of barbecue sauce and honey mustard tastes like perfection.
Throughout the 21st century, interracial relationships have become more common and accepted in society. Three couples within the Pepperdine community discuss their experiences being a part of interracial relationships and the challenges and lessons that come with it.
BalletX, a Philadelphia premier contemporary ballet, made their way onto the stage of Smothers Theatre Oct. 14. The ballet company performed four show stopping performances that moved the audience.
It’s Halloween season and the Pepperdine community is getting ready to celebrate the fear-filled day. It’s time to take a look at the history of the spooky holiday and some urban legends that haunt us.
Won By One members share the challenges and successes of being in an a cappella group in a virtual environment, as well as their excitement for future in-person performances throughout this semester. Group members said they can’t wait to reach out to communities on and off campus again.
Junior Clare Cornelius started her small business selling eco-friendly swimwear in April. Cornelius designs, sews, markets and packages her swimwear by herself and with the intention of being environmentally conscious.
Body and Soul incorporates the five senses within a new piece of art, music, film or experience; showcasing what staff find meaningful. Life and Arts copy editor Yamillah Hurtado discusses her experience of watching the sunset at Point Dume State Beach.
With COVID-19 shutting down college campuses nationwide in 2020, students have been unable to live on Pepperdine’s campus until now. First-years, sophomores and transfer students share their experience of move-in day, decorating their dorm and finding a campus community.