COVID-19 has left the world feeling hopeless, but has also brought positive experiences for many. Business Director Hadley Biggs sheds light on how we should focus on the positives rather than the negatives during COVID-19.
Seaver students continue to exemplify academic success in the midst of COVID-19. More than 370 Seaver students earned the Dean’s List honor in fall 2020.
Professors and students alike have struggled to get accustomed to virtual modality. Now, both are sharing what has or hasn’t worked thus far and how things can change moving forward.
Austin Cadman is a Screen Arts major who transferred to Pepperdine in January 2019 and has now spent approximately half of his time studying at Pepperdine online. However, he continues to look forward to graduating this semester and finding a career within the entertainment industry.
As students begin another semester of online instruction, many are forced to adapt their ambitions to fit the parameters of the virtual classroom. The challenges of remote instruction forced some to recommitment to their academic priorities.
The Counseling Center reaches out-of-state, the Career Center urges job-hunting students to “hopin” and Dean Feltner delivers Seaver’s February COVID update.
Pioneering my own program to study abroad hasn’t been easy, but I’ve found a general rhythm to my week. This is the sixth installment of “Abroad in South Korea” series.
COVID-19 cases in the community, the loss of loved ones and fully remote classes have all greatly impacted the University. Faculty and staff explain the struggles they have experienced during the pandemic and the positives that brighten this challenging time.
Remote learning forced Pepperdine’s first-year students to find community completely online. Some students moved to Malibu, some joined clubs and Greek life and some are waiting for in-person classes before getting involved.
Senior Amanda Cooper shares her favorite aspect of her home workspace.