On Sept. 28, the Pepperdine College Republicans took to the Freedom Wall to promote their pro-life agenda. A display of 620 crosses blanketed the wall in its entirety — a demonstration that came directly for the reproductive freedom of those with a uterus and just days before the Malibu Women’s March.
Pepperdine Women’s Tennis played for the national championship Saturday in Orlando, Fla., battling No. 2 Texas for three hours. The Waves gave the Longhorns a fight but eventually lost the doubles point and the match.
Many Pepperdine sophomores spent the past year at home, even though they planned to be abroad. Life & Arts Staff Writer and sophomore Addison Whiten shares how she made the most of her year “abroad” in Whitewright, Texas.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment features Ellie Duvall, a first-year student from Texas using her Drescher kitchen to pursue her passion for cooking.
As students learn remotely and live geographically apart, the theme of “belonging” and a common shared Pepperdine experience seem impossible. Pepperdine is more than its Malibu campus, and University administration should reach out more to students who can’t be there in-person.
Snowstorms in the southern United States caused various issues for residents. Pepperdine students living at home dealt with power outages, cold temperatures and high snow totals.
Texan students share their experiences with the major snow storm and power outages.
Senior Callie Colvin talks about her life-changing abroad experiences, love for teaching and admiration for the Pepperdine community.
In the unique position of rebuilding while having the country’s top player, No. 6 Pepperdine Women’s Tennis prepares for their upcoming season.
The Waves beat the Bruins 4-0 at Ralphs-Straus Tennis Center Wednesday.