Seaver Alumna Jessica Hooten Wilson will be serving as the Visiting Scholar of Liberal Arts, Dean of Seaver College Micheal Feltner announced in an Aug. 23, email. Hooten Wilson will work to amplify the scholarship of students and faculty, and advance liberal arts curriculum.
Pepperdine hosted the annual Malibu Reception on April 1, welcoming over 600 admitted students to campus. This event was intended to help admits get to know Pepperdine, and ran from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Cyndia Clegg, distinguished professor of English, shares her story about the 45 years she spent teaching at Pepperdine. Most importantly, the impact she has made on the institution and her students.
Photo by Megan Williams Being a third culture student, senior Nicole Wong has grown more confident in opening up about her cultural upbringing through her journey of personal identity and growth. Wong — a Liberal Arts for Education major and Multimedia Design minor — grew up facing cultural differences between Hong Kong, Shanghai and America. […]
Photo courtesy of Jeffrey Schultz Many students know the prize-winning poet and essayist Jeffrey Schultz as a beloved professor of English, humanities, literature, Great Books and formerly creative writing. Schultz combines his love of literature and writing with a passion for teaching — and in both endeavors he said his aim is to find the […]
Senior Spotlight is a weekly series that gives seniors the opportunity to share their accomplishments and advice with the Pepperdine community. Brandon Oddo spends his time volunteering in Malibu and the surrounding community and acting as a TA.
While Pepperdine professors are improving women’s visibility in their syllabi, students believe more work needs to be done.
Student and professor panel argues that Great Books serves a greater purpose for everyone.
The Great Books Seminar, for many students, is a highlight during their time at Seaver College. However, all students should be required to participate in at least one semester of “The Great Conversation.”
Seaver College finds itself lacking in diverse ideas.