Junior Hikari Matsumoto lives in Seaside Residence Hall. Matsumoto argues there should be a store, just like Nature’s Edge, located near or inside Seaside.
Pepperdine’s International Program’s office introduced two new summer programs for the 2022 summer session: Japan and Uganda. Though these programs occur in places in which the University has prior background, IP hopes they become building blocks for the future.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment introduces Beryl Humato, who discusses his interest in studying abroad.
Culture is where we find some of the most meaningful art, as it not only brings us together, but brings us closer to our roots.
Art, traditionally housed in museums and historical places, have quite the diverse life outside of those walls. In the 18 different countries represented in this photo gallery, witness how art fills the streets of Europe, Asia, Africa and South America.
Iamachkine, Kuczer, and Takamura are the newest additions to the Women’s Tennis team.
Program geared for business, communication, and international studies majors gives them chance to see the future of international businesses
Photos by Madeleine Carr The staff of Global Programs at Graziadio School of Business and Management served up authentic Japanese and Korean cuisine outside the Graziadio School Oct. 19 in an information session on the school’s one-week international opportunities. While cooking, staff discussed the four study abroad locations offered at the end of April 2017 […]
Photo Courtesy of Brendan Lane From UCLA to Pepperdine to Sacramento to Japan — Brendan Lane (‘14) has lived the life of a basketball vagabond the past few years. Lane donned the Bruins’ powder blue and gold from 2009-11, where he averaged 1.6 points and 1.8 rebounds per game on 6 minutes of playing time. […]