Each year, Pepperdine juniors and seniors decide whether or not to live on or off campus. Rising juniors share their perspectives on living in an apartment in Malibu and students share their housing rates living off campus.
Relationships at Pepperdine are often serious, which leads to long term relationships and marriage. These relationships, of all shapes and sizes, appear plentiful in the Pepperdine community.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. The 14th installment introduces transfer student Diamond Longs, who discusses her dream of creating a record label and succeeding as an independent artist.
On July 22 Pepperdine announced that all fall 2020 courses would be held online. Students and faculty had mixed reactions, as remote learning will change the semester.
Upperclassmen offer words of wisdom to new Waves
Students reminisced and learned about life abroad at The Return
Photo courtesy of Scott Hutchins Editor’s Note: When being interviewed for this article, Scott Hutchins stated he preferred the use of the male pronouns. After sitting tensely in front of his computer for two hours, junior Scott Hutchins submitted a Facebook post that he said he had been waiting to post since the beginning of […]
Photo Courtesy of Information Technology Information Technology announced that the Pepperdine email system will transition to Google, adopting Gmail, Google Calendar and the Google application suite (GAFE), Chief Information Officer Jonathan See wrote in an email. Survey feedback inspired the migration over to the Gmail system, according to the Information Technology announcement that further explained […]
Pepperdine is full of talented students working in all aspects of the arts. This week, the Graphic walked around with junior Joel Wood to talk about the craft of creative writing. Q: What is your favorite means of self-expression? A: I like writing. Q: How long have you known that writing is a passion of […]
As we approach the end of the school year, a panic starts to ensue. The most obvious is for seniors — in three or four short weeks, they truly enter the “real” world. For most, this means 9 to 5 jobs, cubicles, professional dress codes every day and withdrawal of their parents’ financial support. *Shudder.* […]