Pepperdine’s Advancement Office continues to advance Pepperdine’s strategic plan through fundraising and advancement projects. Projects in the works include a new scoreboard for the soccer field and baseball stadium, as well as continued development of the Chateau d’Hauteville in Vevay, Switzerland.
News, Perspectives, Life and Arts and Sports — the four sections of the Graphic live in harmony. Sports Editor Alec Matulka explains why Sports is the best section of the Graphic.
It might be a busy semester, but there are still plenty of things to be thankful for. Pixel Editor Abby Wilt shares what makes her grateful at Pepperdine this past semester.
Host Hunter Dunn looks into the cost of the recent recall election and has some Pepperdine students weigh in.
As students reacclimate to in-person classes, the Graphic argues a longer Thanksgiving break would be very beneficial. The Graphic has added some possible solutions as well.
After years of waiting, the Waves soccer team has a new and improved locker room. Previously, they had been using baseball’s visiting locker room as their own.
With more students on campus and less parking available, it has become increasingly more difficult to get around in a timely and efficient manner. DPS should change the regulations to make campus more accessible and easier to get around.
After finishing second for three straight seasons, the Pepperdine Women’s Swim and Dive Team is back and motivated to finally claim the PCSC Championship. The team fell in their opening meet to SDSU but placed first at the Rodionoff Invitational, led by strong performances from the seniors and freshmen.
No. 6 Pepperdine Women’s Soccer improved to 10-1-0 with a decisive 3-0 win against University of Portland on Saturday, Oct. 2. This is the Waves’ best start in program history.
During COVID-19, many Pepperdine students were relatively isolated. But now that we are back in person, how can Pepperdine adjust to meet the needs of students who are struggling to adjust to increased social interaction?