During their senior years, students make everlasting memories and celebrate their accomplishments, while trying to figure out what’s next. Three Pepperdine seniors share their feelings around their futures after graduation.
Pepperdine Men’s and Women’s Basketball held Senior Day during the final home game of the season at Firestone Fieldhouse. Both teams will head to Las Vegas for the WCC Tournament.
Seaver College plans to hold in-person graduation ceremonies on Alumni Park for the classes of 2020 and 2021 this May.
With the West Coast Conference postponed, how is Pepperdine going to move forward with its student-athletes? Will Pepperdine give them the training and attention they deserve?
As the semester reaches its close, PGM seniors give advice on how to sail through Pepperdine without a hitch.
Pepperdine notified their students Wednesday morning that classes will be online for the rest of the semester.
Pepperdine Seniors attended President Andrew K. Benton’s last Rock the Brock as university president.
During the Malibu Reception prospective students shared what they are most excited for about Pepperdine. While these students are preparing to say hello to college, graduating seniors are preparing to say goodbye.
According to a recent Los Angeles life expectancy analysis, Malibu is number two on the list, with an average life expectancy of 90 years. NewsWaves 32 reporter Alexa Garza shares more about what it s like being a senior citizen in Malibu.
Graphic by Nate Barton As a senior graduating in the spring, the approaching, unknown future is a little overwhelming at times. There is so much to do and so much uncertainty lying ahead. I imagine I’m not the only college student who feels this way, and it is important that students know how to deal […]