Meant to provide opportunities to tour campus and form relationships, Year 2 Welcome was offered to second-year students in lieu of a New Student Orientation. With a costly price tag attached, some students share the realities of their unexpected experiences.
With climbing rates of depression and anxiety, a virtual Fall 2020 semester coupled with the COVID-19 pandemic and socio-political stress takes a toll on students’ mental health. To better assist students and faculty, Pepperdine continues to offer virtual resources for mental health.
Student Activities shares plans for six weeks of virtual New Student Orientation events.
Pepperdine leaders take action to combat social isolation and bring members of the community together online.
Step Team and the Great Books Colloquium form new Songfest groups that join the ranks of Eta Theta Tau, Alpha Omega and Company and reigning champion Gamma Ghkkkkket Sigma and Friends.
The Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts prepares for its upcoming season of new artists with Derina Harvey band concert.
Student’s Campus Life Fee is being reallocated as part of a multi-year initiative by SGA to transition SWAB into an independently funded organization.
Photos Courtesy of Reagan Zimmerer Pepperdine’s dance company, Dance in Flight (DIF), will debut their annual spring performance this Thursday, Friday and Saturday night in Smothers Theatre. This year’s DIF theme is “These Four Years,” referring to the time students spend in college. DIF Student Director and senior Reagan Zimmerer wrote in an email that […]
Photo Courtesy of Pepperdine University Starting college is a difficult and exciting transition, especially if you’re a spring admit. The flowers are blooming, classes are starting, friend groups have formed and you feel … well, lost. No need to fear, here are the top five tips on how to survive being a spring admit at […]
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