Pepperdine’s Esports team launched in fall 2019, but saw an increase in interest during the COVID-19 pandemic. This trend occurred across the video game industry, as people stayed home and both played games and watched others play them online, leading to an overall popularity increase in gaming.
Although classes are remote this fall, Pepperdine sports-related clubs are keeping their members engaged and active, both remotely and in the Malibu area.
Exploring the navigation of mental health, sexual orientation and faith in a world that sees one facet as being entirely separate from the other.
The Split Attraction Model describes the many parts of the asexual spectrum and why romance and sexual attraction are not mutually exclusive.
Pepperdine leaders take action to combat social isolation and bring members of the community together online.
Students share the stress and anxiety behind being suddenly forced to figure out how to leave Pepperdine.
The new program has seen booming popularity and success with its League of Legends team.
Crossroads hosted their first community convocation event, titled “State of Grace: LGBTQ+ and Christianity,” April 2