Psychology Professor Tomas Martinez talks about his lifetime commitment to give back to his community in the form of community mental health while discussing its significance in minority and at-risk groups.
Pepperdine’s Cheer Squad is made up of 12 members who have a passion to promote school spirit on campus. Coach and Pepperdine (alumna ’20) Kaitlyn Garrison, said the community and dedication the women bring to the team makes it feel like a family.
The Table seeks to repair the lack of Christian fellowship due to COVID-19 with a renewed sense of community, worship and a time for communion. Every Saturday night, the University Church of Christ invites community members to The Table at 6 p.m., at the Brock House.
With Pepperdine students returning to campus, the Graphic staff encourages the community to acknowledge the unique challenges each class is going through and come together to support each other. Showing up for campus events and activities, including athletic games and performances, can be a big way we can cultivate a community with school spirit.
With COVID-19 shutting down college campuses nationwide in 2020, students have been unable to live on Pepperdine’s campus until now. First-years, sophomores and transfer students share their experience of move-in day, decorating their dorm and finding a campus community.
Pepperdine community members share when they feel closest to God.
Madison Menefee reflects on her journey to faith and what it means to share that part of herself with the ones she loves.
Members of the Pepperdine community search for faith connections in their hometown congregations. As worship communities adjust, religious officials look to the future role of virtual worship.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment features Colin Wiese, a community-loving student from Livermore, Calif.
Pepperdine’s remote semesters have instilled a deeper appreciation for the Seaver community. Managing Editor Rowan Toke shares where she sees goodness in the Graphic.