A few words of advice on how to stay motivated in the new semester.
Online Courses Added to School of Law and School of Education and Psychology
Twitter is truly a Pepperdine student’s best friend
Photo courtesy of Edward O’Connor Professor Edward O’Connor wore a mustard yellow button-down with palm leaves spread across its front. He stood with his back against the wall in the Caf, texting, before sitting down at one of the tables. After four years of teaching at Pepperdine University, he is no stranger to the din […]
Photo Courtesy of Pepperdine Athletics The Pepperdine men’s and women’s cross country teams spent the weekend in Sacramento to compete in the Capital Cross Challenge. Freshman Nick Heath led the Pepperdine men’s team, while senior Katie Engel led the women’s team. This is the third time that Heath and Engel have led the Pepperdine pack […]
Sand, surf and … free Lily’s! The Student Programming Board hosted the fifth annual “Back in the ‘Bu” beach outing on Saturday that has become a Pepperdine tradition and one of the most loved events of the semester. Every year on the Saturday of Labor Day weekend, when the summer season begins to gently pass […]
Photos by Jessica Kerner There are few who would, upon entering the sun-dappled grounds of Calamigos Ranch, automatically assume its connection to Pepperdine. Calamigos is a scant seven miles from Seaver, yet it feels like an eternity from the Spanish architecture and beachfront views. Calamigos Ranch is tucked away in the hills, and difficult to […]
Headline: Students promote abroad experiences at The Return Headline: Students support their IP countries at The Return Photos by Zach Le The Return is an annual event hosted by Pepperdine International Programs. It is a time when returning juniors reunite with their abroad families and share their experiences studying throughout the globe with future IP […]