Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment features Colin Wiese, a community-loving student from Livermore, Calif.
Following God’s plan for one Pepperdine alum meant taking a year off of school to pursue music and ministry.
Students who want to become teachers have to make several sacrifices, which include navigating the uncertainty that comes with the profession.
A Santa Monica church serves the Venice community on a regular basis
Worship service in Malibu meets to equip women for leadership in the Churches of Christ.
Art by Madeline Duvall Spring break is coming up, and with it arrives Project Serve, a volunteer ministry that Pepperdine offers every year. Over the course of the spring break, groups of students serve those in need all over the country. Some groups will be ministering internationally in Costa Rica and Guatemala. However, the broad […]
Photo by Kelsey Anderson Kelsey Anderson is a Pepperdine senior with a natural instinct to help others. She is a mentor for incoming transfer students every semester at Pepperdine and continues to help others through devoted service to her church. Anderson said she fulfilled her passion to help others through their teenage transitions of life […]
Photos by Katrina Warme The sweat of legends past permeates the Vaucluse Lounge as Timsh’l takes the stage for their final sound check before the show. The minimalistic venue that is the former home of Charlie Chaplin once hosted the likes of Janis Joplin and Bob Dylan and, unfortunately, hasn’t installed an air-conditioner since. It’s […]
Photo courtesy of Tanya Garcia Sometimes, a night on the beach is all that is needed to connect a community. This past Tuesday, Pepperdine’s Campus Ministry held an overnight campout at Thornhill Broome Beach. The campout was intended to take the place of the previously-held weekend retreats. In addition to a barbecue and a worship […]