With trans participation in sports under the constant eye of the media, members of Pepperdine Athletics spoke about LGBTQ+ policy in the NCAA. As trans participation continues to spark debate, Pepperdine continues to look for areas to improve.
Laurie Nelson has retired after a 50-year tenure at Pepperdine. Nelson highlights her time with interacting with students and aiding them with their goals.
Seaver College celebrated the class of 2022’s graduation ceremony April 30 on Alumni Park. The ceremony honored the graduates achievements but also inspired hope for the future.
Going to school in Malibu has more perks than just its sandy beaches and sunny climate. Many students get the opportunity to work in some of the trendiest stores, shops and restaurants in all of LA county, with celebrity sightings and free gear to supplement their working experience.
President Jim Gash updated the community in an April President’s Briefing via Zoom. Gash said the next briefing, in June, will hopefully be held in person.
Over the past month and a half, student studying abroad have fallen in love with the city of Buenos Aires. Abroad correspondent Chloe Chan small taste of her life as a student studying abroad.
Sophomore Sofia Thure advocates for accessibility and disability awareness on campus in a letter to the editor.
Pepperdine University has created another fitness gym for students to use. Although, a better use of time, money and space would have been to make it a parking area for the students.
Songfest returned to campus April 1 for a recorded show in Elkins Auditorium, followed by free food at food trucks and student karaoke. Songfest has been a long-standing tradition for the Pepperdine community.
Fraternity Psi Upsilon hosted their annual Psi U Think You Can Dance event March 23. The event brought together campus teams to raise awareness for Conquer Paralysis Now.