Pepperdine administrators altered a number of words and phrases in George Pepperdine’s original dedicatory address for its reading at Founder’s Day 2021. The changes were revisionist and dangerous, as they alter our understanding of Pepperdine’s history of exclusion.
Three Pepperdine students who graduated in the late 60s and early 70s are now speaking about their experiences with Pepperdine’s move to Malibu.
President Ronald Reagan’s role in the creation of Pepperdine University in Malibu has become a part of Pepperdine’s legacy and lore
Photo Courtesy of Pepperdine University Special Collections and by Berkley Mason Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in a special section on race in the Graphic. “Where are you going now?” Chief Security Guard at George Pepperdine College William Charles Lane said to the group of Black high school students walking the old college […]
Photos Courtesy of Ron Hall Former First Lady Nancy Davis Reagan, who died March 6 of congestive heart failure, supported Pepperdine University since its first days in Malibu. President Ronald Reagan spoke seven times in front of a Pepperdine audience, and Nancy Reagan attended many of the events with him. “She has been on our […]