Multidimensional Identity is a profile piece series highlighting minority students who belong to unique and/or underrepresented identity groups at Pepperdine. This series focuses on the intersection of a student’s multidimensional identity and how they shape the student’s experiences at Pepperdine University.
Most people have a favorite spot on campus to study, talk to their friends or eat a good Caf meal. News Editor Abby Wilt shares her favorite spot on campus and how one simple spot brings her immense joy.
Host Gabrielle Salgado talks with tennis player Pietro Fellin about his athletic journey from Italy to Malibu.
Pepperdine resumed in-person classes Jan. 13, despite several hundred positive COVID-19 cases among students. Community members shared mixed feelings about returning amid Omicron.
Pepperdine welcomed the spring Class of 2025 to campus Jan. 6 for the start of spring New Student Orientation. Around 100 students attended Spring NSO, Director of Student Activities Brittany Skinner wrote in an email to the Graphic.
First-year Business Administration major and baseball player Blake Pou speaks about the importance of mindfulness in athletics.
Waves Weekend took place from Oct. 8-10, bringing in over 1,100 parents and alumni to campus. The University filled the weekend with carnival rides, free food, campus tours, pep rallies and more.
In the theme of reverting to normal, the Pepperdine University Orchestra hosted its first in-person show at Smothers Theatre. The show featured award-winning violinists, Jonathan Vu and Samuel Sun.
After a year and a half of isolation and hardships, the Pepperdine Improv Troupe returned with a bang, giving Waves — both students and faculty alike — an escape from the stresses of the pandemic.
Senior Business Administration major Key Pearson speaks about her mental health challenges as one of Pepperdine’s top cross country athletes.