I have always been fascinated by humans. I love asking someone about their life story, and about their hopes and dreams, because it reminds me that we all have our own individual passions to pursue. It is only through our structured and saturated world that we develop the categorization of people as ‘good’ and ‘bad.’ […]
Photo courtesy of Key Pearson One word to describe junior business administration major Key Pearson is “energized.” She has not gone a week without running since her junior year of high school, drinks half a cup of coffee every morning and loves driving fast. “I like to push myself and see my limits always,” Pearson […]
Senior Zeke Bongiovanni has a deep love for people and authentic connections.
Pepperdine students and faculty who have a disability share their experience.
Despite the urge to want COVID-19 to go away, experts suggest some aspects of the virus are here to stay.
As Halloween kicks off the start of the holiday season, Pepperdine students find creative ways to celebrate. Whether it’s pumpkin carving or Zoom movie nights, everyone is adapting to the socially-distanced holiday.
For the duration of the fall semester, student-athletes have learned to live a life as the only members on campus. Despite the unprecedented isolation, they are grateful for the opportunity to be some of the few students living in the dorms.
The Women’s Basketball team season is set to start its conference schedule Dec. 28. The team made it to the semifinals of the WCC tournament in March.
Lausanne Program Director Ezra Plank shared his experiences living in Lausanne over the last seven months, from watching the students leave in March to prepping for the next program participants and bracing for a possible second lockdown in Switzerland.
Students discuss their plans for the upcoming winter break. After a unique fall semester, many are ready to relax and travel, while others will continue working and studying.