Pepperdine released its 2020 Internal Revenue Service 990 Form in July 2021, revealing the highest-paid administrators at the University. New promotions among President Jim Gash’s cabinet reranked administrators compared to years prior, but women remain unrepresented in the administration’s top earners.
Pepperdine hosted a back-to-back commencement ceremony weekend to honor the Class of 2020 and 2021. The University chose to postpone the Class of 2020 ceremony from last spring.
COVID-19 has left the world feeling hopeless, but has also brought positive experiences for many. Business Director Hadley Biggs sheds light on how we should focus on the positives rather than the negatives during COVID-19.
Created by the Emily Shane Foundation, the Successful Education Achievement Program provides students in the Malibu community with one-on-one tutorship and counseling. While Pepperdine students have participated in the program since its creation in 2012, the University’s athletes are getting more involved.
Pepperdine, like many other organizations, faced unanticipated financial losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The University expects to lose millions of dollars in revenue this year, but administrators maintain that Pepperdine’s overall financial health will remain unchanged.
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After a Week 12 impair by firings, postponements and COVID-related chaos, the Sports Desk is back with quotes and tidbits in preparation for Week 13 of the NFL season.
People’s behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic serves as a reminder that Americans are desensitized to mass death and violence. While this is a product of technology’s infinite capabilities and cannot be reversed, we must never stop caring about the pain of those around us.
Pepperdine announced plans to hire a chief diversity officer June 8. Five months later, the search is underway, and administration plans to fill the role by next spring.
Being online due to COVID-19 has created a void between students and organizations like SGA. It is important that both students and SGA do their part to stay involved and communicate.