The arts are the first to go when school budgets are cut but teachers, students and non-profits are mobilizing in support for an arts education.
After nearly half a century later and trillions of dollars, drug use remains rampant
A car crash involving multiple cars took place Saturday night and involved Pepp students
Photo courtesy of Jodi Vongvanij One world, many religions. And worship looks different for each one of them Religions are complex. They have traditions, symbols, narratives and sacred histories that give them meaning. They shape ethics, values and lifestyles. They divide and unite us. “All the major traditions have resources that call us to treat […]
LAUSD strikes may be over, but students should still care.
Graphic by Kelly Rodriguez In response to President Trump’s decision to rescind Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Pepperdine reiterated the university’s commitment to the safety and protection of students. In an email sent Sept. 5 by Vice President for Student Affairs Connie Horton, resources for students affected by the new changes were outlined as […]
Sturgeon Takes Role as New University Church Minister