Throughout life, people are faced with many decisions they need to make. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Editor Liza Esquibias explains why changing your mind is actually a good thing.
Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week creates awareness and advocates for greater protections for our neighbors with housing insecurity. Pepperdine offered short-lived service and enduring conversation to inspire change.
Students and alumni speak out against Pepperdine’s “hurtful,” “disappointing” and “laughable” response to George Floyd’s death.
The deadly effects of society’s lack of preparation for COVID-19 are clear — we cannot allow it to happen again with climate change.
Since ancient times, people have turned to the sky to explain natural phenomena, navigate and tell time, relaying stories to illustrate what they found.
There is an alternative to pills that can change lives.
Have you ever been both broke and rich in meal points?
The sun has reemerged, the flowers at Point Dume are in bloom and the butterflies have started their migration. It looks like that groundhog was right: Spring is coming. Spring back home in Seattle means the grass has regained its green hue, the trees are growing new leaves, the birds have begun to sing again […]
A first-class education at a school ranked as Top 50 in the nation, a close proximity to the beautiful beaches of Malibu, incredible study abroad programs, a tight-knit community and a strong Christian mission — these are just a few things that Pepperdine University boasts. For the most part, students say they are content with […]
Pepperdine students are the change.