Relationships are made up of individual moments that have the power to define them. A single moment could mean the difference between a lifelong relationship or a broken one.
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.
While students balance their many responsibilities, it is still important to make time to connect with professors. Life and Arts Editor Lydia duPerier shares her experience forming friendships with professors.
There are a plethora of religious organizations surrounding Pepperdine that are open for students to visit. The Malibu Hindu Temple, the Malibu Jewish Center and Synagogue and the Self-Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine are just a few for Pepperdine students to explore.
The Malibu area offers multiple places of worship for Pepperdine students. A few of these local faith leaders address how they plan to support and welcome more students to their churches.
Photo by Megan Williams Purpose, service and leadership — Marine veteran Eddie Castillo lived by those words long before he enrolled in Graziadio Business School and heard them as part of Pepperdine’s mission statement. For as long as he can remember, Castillo has had a heart for service. Whether it be fighting for his country, […]
Pepperdine faculty take a look back into their youth to see how their memories and dreams shaped who they are today. Some of their experiences may even be similar to the students they teach.
Dressing up on Halloween is a tradition celebrated by most. From costume classics to trendy takes, students share their past Halloween costumes and offer new ideas for this year.
The landscape of Pepperdine is lush and vast. Students admire the diversity in the plants and trees that make up the campus they call home.