Some students eat at Pepperdine every day without getting to know the people who make and serve each meal. From musicians to business owners, the Bon Appètit staff is made up of employees who enjoy unique hobbies outside of their food service jobs.
Pepperdine hosted a Worship Summit in Firestone Fieldhouse on Saturday, Sep.10. The night included performances from United Voice Worship, Dante Bowe and Aaron Moses with Maverick City Music.
“REMAND,” a 2017 documentary that follows the story of how a wrongfully accused Ugandan teenager led to countrywide prison reforms with the help of President Jim Gash and the Sudreau Global Institute. The work of the Institute shown is based out of the Pepperdine Caruso School of Law.
A new year starts on Pepperdine’s Malibu campus along with the tradition of New Student Orientation. There is excitement for both the incoming class of 2026 and orientation leaders and coordinators who are eager to assist.
The Pacific Sounds Music Festival provides Pepperdine students with the opportunity to showcase their musical talents. A group of seniors took this opportunity to create a band, Closed Caption, just three weeks before they performed live.
Each day thousands of students utilize the buildings on campus. However, the names and stories behind them aren’t always at the forefront of their minds.
As the semester reaches a peak, class stress is at an all time high. Students are looking for different ways to deal with their stressful workloads.
No matter how much time has elapsed, Valentine’s Day holds special magic to children. Seaver undergrad students reminisce on their favorite childhood Valentine’s Day memories.
Influencers have a stigma surrounding them that leads people to believe they are above the issues normal users face. However, influencers are faced with insecurities and other challenges people don’t have to think about.
Rainbows can symbolize diverse ideas in various cultures and in peoples’ individual lives like hope, luck and wealth. However, rainbows hold a far more important place in first-year Lexington Russell’s daily life.