Elkins classes pose a serious safety threat among students and faculty. Between classes that hold hundreds of people and uncooperative students who refuse to wear masks, it makes someone wonder why Pepperdine is having them at all during a pandemic.
Pepperdine University is in the top 50 National Universities again. Maintaining this position for many years is great, but how can Pepperdine go above the top 50 rankings?
After a year and a half of isolation and hardships, the Pepperdine Improv Troupe returned with a bang, giving Waves — both students and faculty alike — an escape from the stresses of the pandemic.
Pepperdine students have needed to quickly adjust to remote instruction.
Jim Gash officially takes on the title of “president elect”
Nine different athletic programs collected at least one award in Sunday’s ceremony
Graphic by Nate Barton Administration held a town hall meeting for students, faculty or staff who wished to hear more details about the upcoming construction plans at 11 a.m. this Wednesday in Elkins. Vice President of Administration Phil Phillips sent out an email to the Pepperdine community that addressed the concerns people may have and […]
Photo by Arin DeGroff Students, faculty and staff filled Elkins Auditorium yesterday for a Convocation event discussing Michael Brown and the situation in Ferguson, Mo. The Convo, “Mike Brown’s America: Race, Policing and the Value of Black Life in America, a Christian Response,” discussed racial issues in the United States involving black citizens. The panel […]
Nutrition expert speaks in Elkins
Elkins Auditorium was packed Friday night, for the Pepperdine Improv Troupe’s first show of the year. Fourteen members of PIT pranced their way onto the stage to bring bales of laughter to the evening. Many among the members were bright new shining faces, though not all were well received. “I thought the group from [my] […]