CoffeeHouse has long been a Pepperdine tradition for students to relax, drink coffee and enjoy live music. Now that students have returned to campus, the Board planned the first in-person CoffeeHouse since the start of COVID-19.
Specialty, sustainable and fairly-traded coffee — the third wave of coffee — is here. Students weigh in.
Photo courtesy of Jacob Wolfe Junior Jacob Wolfe founded Pepperdine’s first poetry club — Poetry Society —during his freshman year. “Growing up, I’ve always felt misunderstood, and writing was an outlet for me to express myself,” Wolfe said. “I fell in love with poetry when I was in 11th grade. Although my writings looked nothing […]
Photo by Rachal Marquez A classic quality of the Pepperdine community is their incredible affinity for musical tasks. Jam sessions crop up in every dorm, hallway and classroom, and musical aspirations are widespread. It’s common to hear a discussion about an EP or for friends to post regular videos of themselves singing while playing a […]
Photo by Shawn Jones Friday night the Sandbar was transformed from a Jamba Juice and homework hangout to a dimly lit coffee house complete with the smell of coffee and fresh pastries supplied by Porto’s Bakery. The seats arranged in neat rows facing the familiar pale blue piano were hard to come by as the […]