Aristotle Zeng, Pepperdine’s Ciné club executive board member, shares his perspective on the film “Parasite” (2019) and talks about the movie’s influence on American cinema.
Business Administration is one of the most popular major options at Pepperdine, but why? Students and faculty answer questions on what sets Pepperdine’s business program apart from others and why they chose to pursue it.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. The tenth installment introduces transfer junior Branden Garcia, who discusses his service in the army and how he plans to continue helping people.
The Seaver Faculty Association released a statement on racial injustice detailing the association’s commitment to diversity and pledged actions to create a more inclusive Pepperdine.
Have you ever been both broke and rich in meal points?
The four Waves Food Cabinets start the process of combating food insecurities.
Word Up offers students a haven for worship.
In the midst of a disastrous Woolsey wildfire, students don’t understand how to respond to natural disasters
Over the course of a 19-year presidency, President Andrew K. Benton earned a reputation as the “Student’s President.” As he prepares for the end of his time at Pepperdine, Benton and students look back at the times they shared together.
“Do it for the ‘gram'” now applies to what we put in our bodies