The International Programs staff are working with students to maintain excitement about study abroad. Students enrolled in international programs are adjusting to the cancellations and preparing for the upcoming years.
Washington, D.C., Program Director Brian Swarts has always held a love for students and civic engagement. Throughout the program suspension, Swarts has discovered new ways to connect with students and prepare them to critically engage the world around them.
A former Pepperdine professor was placed on administrative leave from the White House National Security Council on Jan. 17.
How food culture in Los Angeles compares to the food culture in D.C.
Studying abroad offers experience and opportunities, but not all of the classes students need.
Students reminisced and learned about life abroad at The Return
Attorney General Eric Holder announced his resignation Sept. 25 at a press conference in the White House. Holder, who served as the United States’ first black attorney general for six years, will continue in his role until a successor is found. Despite Pepperdine’s distance from Washington, D.C., Pepperdine law professor and former federal judge Bruce […]
Art by Chris Chen A long year of passport stamps and educational field trip cards has come to a halt for much of the junior class whose International Program experiences and individual traveling ventures spread across the globe. No more hitchhiking through the streets of Bulgaria. No more tea parties with old Turkish ladies. No […]
Photo by Marissa Baly WASHINGTON, D.C. — When the clock struck midnight on Oct. 1, the nation’s capital was dumbfounded. An estimated 800,000 federal employees were furloughed starting that Tuesday, and anxiety loomed over the district. Government workers wondered when they would see their next paychecks, medical patients worried whether their health treatments would continue […]
Art by Xander Hayes Since 1989, the Posse scholarship program has partnered with more than 40 universities in order to provide a full-ride scholarship to “public high school students with extraordinary academic and leadership potential, who may be overlooked by traditional college selection process.” Recently, Posse scholars have carved a niche in Seaver College, rising […]