While the moments one has lived define them, the moments a person misses or chooses to forfeit can be just as powerful. Three Seaver students shared stories of moments they missed and what it means to find closure.
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With students returning to in-person activities in fall 2021 for the first time in over a year, Pepperdine Running Club offered an opportunity to exercise and find community on-campus. Co-President Grace McPhaill said she hopes members develop a passion for running while meeting friends.
Pepperdine’s Men’s and Women’s track broke both personal and school records over the weekend of March 11 and 12. The team is heading into a three week break from racing, and hoping to continue their success.
Some people don’t understand why anyone would run for fun. Digital Editor Karl Winter, a senior cross country and track student-athlete for Pepperdine, tells the story of how he fell in love with running as an activity, not just a competitive sport.
Pepperdine’s Men’s and Women’s Track teams focus on achieving consistent PR and embrace community in the Spring 2022 season. The women’s team had their first race Saturday, Jan. 15, at the BYU Indoor Invite.
Karl Winter ran the men’s 1500-meter race in the NCAA West Regional Preliminary. Winter is the first Pepperdine Track athlete to qualify for a post season event since 1969.
On March 16, Pepperdine terminated Cross Country/Track Head Coach Sylvia Mosqueda but didn’t say why. The Graphic spoke with eight current and former members of the program, who detailed Mosqueda’s history of making sexually, racially and emotionally insensitive comments.
Pepperdine cut ties with Head Coach Sylvia Mosqueda, who was in her second season coaching the program. The change comes in the middle of the season for the Waves, who still have four track meets left on the schedule.
Photo courtesy of Key Pearson One word to describe junior business administration major Key Pearson is “energized.” She has not gone a week without running since her junior year of high school, drinks half a cup of coffee every morning and loves driving fast. “I like to push myself and see my limits always,” Pearson […]
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment introduces Madilyn Henshaw, who talks about her desire to find her vocation at Pepperdine.