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.
Students can help their community and experience personal growth by participating in Project Serve
Graphic by Nate Barton Spring Break is coming up for students, and during this time questions arise about where to go, what to do and who to go with. A lot of people answer these questions with the generic responses of somewhere tropical and with some of their best friends. USA Today reports that some […]
Don’t cry because it’s almost over, smile because it’s still happening.
Photo Courtesy of Campus Recreation The Campus Recreation Center presents this spring’s God in the Wilderness, which will be a six-day and a five-night trip at the Mammoth Mountain. It began Wednesday, Feb. 24, and students will return Friday, March 4. The trip offers four Convocation credits, as there will be four devotionals led by […]
Photo by Zach Le Living in Malibu, we have the beach right in our own backyard. Instead of fighting off mounds of snow on your spring break, take advantage of those beautiful Malibu beaches. After an hour of lying out in the sun, it’s time to have some fun. But what is there to do […]
A little late on making those Spring Break plans? Take a look at these ideas
Nearly 200 students took their first steps toward serving a community outside Pepperdine Friday night. At 8:30 p.m. in the Waves Cafe, members of the upcoming Project Serve program came together for the first time for their Team Revelation event. Project Serve is a program at Pepperdine that takes place over spring break, with groups […]
Keep the beach clean, keep the wildlife safe
Pepperdine students make the most of Spring Break