It wasn’t easy for Resident Director Katy Flinn to summit Mount Kilimanjaro. Yet as she fought altitude sickness and exhaustion, she finished the climb alongside friends, new and old.
It was in my ninth grade English class that I first learned about Elie Wiesel. A Holocaust survivor and Jewish prisoner of the Auschwitz and Buchenwald concentration camps, Wiesel recounts his World War II experiences in his memoir “Night” — the book that made its way into the hands of a young Annabelle and 20 […]
The collapse of the Afghan government in August 2021 started a greater conversation worldwide surrounding the consequences of war and global intervention. With a track-record of state-building successes and failures, the United States and each person must decide if state-building is “worth it.”
Pepperdine alumna and former Graphic Executive Editor Allison Lee shares her story surviving the Borderline shooting and sheltering-in-place due to the Woolsey Fire on Nov. 7-10, 2018. Lee recounts the highs and lows of overcoming trauma and the journey of a pie.
The rise of social media as a news source highlights has many advantages and disadvantages, emphasizing a need for news literacy among users of social platforms. While social media allows for efficient consumption of news, it can also aid the spread of misinformation.
Alumna Kim Yeung was on track to play college tennis until one injury changed everything. Yeung learned that healing can mean many different things, ultimately finding her calling in ministry.
In the 1960s, the parents of Carrie and Andy Wall met at Pepperdine, starting a family friendship that carried forward into the lives of their children. Now married with three daughters, Carrie and Andy’s marriage is a testament to love and service.
After months of preparation, Pepperdine competed in the virtual National Model United Nations Conference with students from around the world. The team received four awards for their participation including “Distinguished Delegation” and “Best Position Paper.”
COVID-19 cancelled plans and detoured college experiences, leaving discouraged and frustrated Pepperdine students in its wake. News Assistant Annabelle Childers shares how she learned to hold the future loosely and engage joyfully in the present.
Pepperdine College Republicans, Pepperdine College Democrats and Young Americans for Liberty plan for the future, hoping to bring guest speakers to their chapters and facilitate political discussion. The groups are working to maintain their presence on campus independent of presidential elections, believing their clubs have a purpose year-round.