Playlists demonstrate one’s relationship to music, something that can be so personal and vulnerable. Students explain their process and purpose for making and sharing playlists.
life & arts
Classic Albums Live brought nostalgic rock music when they performed the Beatles’ whole “Let It Be” album in Smothers Theatre. They had a variety of instruments in their performance.
Students take a walk down memory lane as they speak on the shows they went to this summer. They said that they have a newfound appreciation for concerts after the pandemic.
Pepperdine students formed a community group called Like Heaven Pepperdine in hopes to bring faith and worship to the forefront of Pepperdine. The students invite anyone interested to join their community.
The Band CAMINO performed at the Novo in downtown LA on April 9. The venue, opening acts and setlist made for an unforgettable concert experience.
For many students, Fraternity and Sorority Life represents a place of acceptance and community, but what do those values look like for LGBTQ+ students? Members of Pepperdine’s Greek life discuss their experiences.
Dua Lipa had her second of two back-to-back shows at The Forum on March 23 during her “Future Nostalgia Tour.” With four costume changes, 20 hit songs, rehearsed choreography, stage props and live vocals and instruments, Lipa put on a captivating presentation.
Rex Orange County released his fourth studio album, “Who Cares?” on March 11. The album shows the artist expressing his struggle to maintain a peaceful mindset from tough experiences.
First-year David Haruntunyan and Professor Krista Lucas talk about the requirements and benefits of being a Biology major. They said it has heavy coursework but can lead to a variety of careers.
Faith and Greek life go hand-in-hand through Greek InterVarsity. Students speak about how being in a sorority or fraternity helps grow their faith.