Convo cuts, SGA’s growing new council and the public policy professor running for state office.
Convocation staff members Gus Peterson and Anneleise Graf were let go days before the start of the spring 2021 semester. Administration has yet to comment on the staff’s departure from Pepperdine but promises more information in the coming months regarding spiritual life programming.
The Pepperdine Spiritual Life Office rolls out new plans for the online fall 2020 semester.
The Convocation Series leaders explain the upcoming changes to Wednesday Chapel, Community Chapel and Club Convo.
Photos by Milan Loiacono For many students, college is a time for newfound independence. With that, their religious views may change. “The young adult years of many Americans are marked by a clear decline in outward religious expression, which is widely thought to hit bottom during — and perhaps because of — the college experience,” […]
Guest Speaker Volf speaks on how religion can heal rather than divide
Photo by Moni Avila Richard Mouw, American philosopher and theologian, spoke in Elkins Auditorium on March 15 to share his message on what he likes to call ‘Convicted Civility’ with the Pepperdine community. At the root of Convicted Civility is the idea that conviction and civility are an integral part of civil discourse and Christianity […]
Photos by Brett Bean Pepperdine celebrated its 79th annual Founder’s Day Wednesday to honor Founder George Pepperdine and the vision he had for the university when the school was founded in 1937. This year’s event included an academic processional where faculty, class representatives from graduating classes between the years 1938 and 2019 and more were introduced, […]
Convocation Office and University Chaplain seek to unite Pepperdine students and faculty through student-led club convocations.
A new dating Convo series aims to educate and guide men towards a normalized dating culture at Pepperdine