Pepperdine’s four Graduate schools returned to a spring semester of uncertainty. With classes in-person, the schools are finding ways to combine academic rigor, community and safety.
Interfraternity Council officials said their organizations overcame unique challenges to deliver a surprisingly successful virtual spring recruitment. Through Instagram and Zoom, fraternities and sororities formed fellowship with their new members.
Although the spring 2021 semester is beginning virtually, more new students are currently enrolled than last spring. Spring admits and transfer students reflect on the digital start to their time at Pepperdine, hoping for a mid-semester reopening of campus and virtual opportunities to grow their faith.
Seaver Dean Michael Feltner announced the start of spring 2021 will begin online with tentative plans to reopen for in-person classes later in the semester. In-person classes depend on the ability to house students on campus and current LA County guidelines that restrict Pepperdine’s reopening.
Freshman Abby Wilt shares her favorite part about working from home plus her go-to Halloween costumes.
In a time when everything required of college students necessitates a laptop or smartphone, the PGM staff offers advice on how to detach from technology — as difficult as this might be.
Art is a subject deeply personal to both the viewer and the creator. To keep this deep connection, Pepperdine’s Art Department is thinking outside the box in terms of events and exhibitions.
In today’s world, it can seem like everything is changing. “New Girl” serves as a reminder that life brings changes and shows us how to get through them.
As midterms approach, students find the need to adjust their study habits to be successful during the online fall 2020 semester.
The ‘Bu Yorker strives to tell fun stories from the perspective of a Pepperdine student in a way that engages readers and artists alike.