Online learning in the wake of COVID-19 has proven difficult for transfer students who are struggling to feel like part of the Pepperdine community. By never experiencing normal campus life, it’s been challenging to feel like a member of the Pepperdine community.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment introduces Jacob Piccuito, a transfer student originally from Boston, Mass., who is studying Business Administration with goals to work as a general manager for a pro sports team.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. The first installment introduces Alejandra Hurtado, who discusses her experience transferring to Pepperdine and her dreams of helping people through directing movies and TV shows.
His will be done.
The regular season came to a close last Monday, but college basketball’s crazy, NCAA byline-riddled offseason is nigh
Second semester admits and transfers at Pepperdine begin
Infograph by Falon Opsahl Scanning the Waves baseball stadium looking for the student section, junior transfer student Zellie Short said she was quite surprised. Coming from the SEC school Ole Miss where uproarious tailgates and loud cheering were common, Short said she was struck by the lack of student body coming to support the games. […]
Art by Sacha Irick I remember feeling like one of those seedling plants that you could pick up at a hardware or grocery store and take home with you in the hopes that it will take root and flourish in your backyard. I felt new and green and full of life, but also vulnerable and […]
Exploring the anxiety, uncertainty and excitement that arise as the academic year comes to an end
A transfer student’s experience at Pepperdine