Senior Annie Vander Mey, a Nutrition Science major who loves playing the clarinet, said her major and music are important parts of her life. Vander Mey talks passionately about her Pepperdine experiences and looks forward to being a registered dietitian in the future.
COVID-19 changed the dynamics of student employment. Most University jobs went remote, while some students found in-person employment elsewhere.
A Pepperdine visiting professor throws himself into contention for California governor. The campaign announcement arrives as the recall movement for the current Gov. Gavin Newsom continues to heat up.
Pepperdine’s Women’s Tennis team competed for the first time since this past spring in a tournament in San Diego. The team sent four of its athletes to compete against pros, collegiate and junior athletes.
The Waves extend their winning streak to six with a three-game sweep over San Diego.
Pepperdine improves to 9-15 on the season and 5-9 in conference play
Pepperdine falls to 4-22 on the season and 1-13 in conference play
Pepperdine dropped their third straight match after falling to No. 8 BYU and No. 18 San Diego, going 1-3 in their four-game homestand
Photo by Brielle Fraser “I started performing when I was 8, and it launched me into a career as a child actor. I dabbled in a few commercials,” Hannah Prater said. “I began Pepperdine as a double major in Theatre and Advertising because I didn’t want to let the performing aspect go yet.” Prater said […]
Certain Pepperdine students and alumni seem to disagree with the San Diego Chargers’ relocation to Los Angeles.