Photos by Megan Won Jael Villalobos wore a pair of black-framed glasses with which she occasionally fidgeted. She sat at a HAWC table in a gray cotton T-shirt and a long jean skirt with her hair down and natural. Her ears were unpierced — in fact, she didn’t have any jewelry on. And if one […]
Photo by Allison Hubbard At a Christian institution, students of other faiths may have difficulty belonging. To help some of these students, Assistant Provost Lisa Bortman and sophomore Rena Ohana teamed up to bring the Jewish Cultural Club back to Pepperdine. They said they hope that the club will help the Jewish community here at […]
Photos by Katrina Warme The sweat of legends past permeates the Vaucluse Lounge as Timsh’l takes the stage for their final sound check before the show. The minimalistic venue that is the former home of Charlie Chaplin once hosted the likes of Janis Joplin and Bob Dylan and, unfortunately, hasn’t installed an air-conditioner since. It’s […]
The Interfaith Council at the School of Law is a forum for people of all faiths to gather and share life. Held in the home of Dean of Students Al Sturgeon, the council seeks to nurture and include students with diverse faith backgrounds.
“If you show others love and understanding, there’s almost no way for them to throw hate back at you.”
Photo by Katrina Warme A majority of college students are probably familiar with the term bar hopping, and it is likely that many of them (21 and older, that is) can attest to the advantages (or disadvantages) of staggering from bar to bar, trying different drinks and listening to the varieties of substandard Jukebox tunes. […]
Students and faculty are calling for more environmentalist action at Pepperdine. The Eden Dorm is a start.
Freshman Priyanka Harania describes adjusting to Pepperdine from Kenya.