Currents Editor-in-Chief Emily Morton explains the concept of ‘Moments’ and provides a brief glimpse into the types of moments Currents explores.
Moments can often change the way a person walks through life. Five individuals shared the moments that changed their lives and why they were impactful to them.
Many individuals participate in nonprofit organizations, service projects and mission trips to help communities in need. Navigating the best way to serve can be complex.
Forgiveness can be simple, without a second thought, but other times forgiveness can be tough and requires more thought, more help, even a higher power.
2020 brought an increase in the vitality of social media as a means to stay connected with people in a quick and rapid fashion. Even though social media is universally used, it may not always be used in the same way.
On-campus student-workers are slowly making a return to Pepperdine’s campus, but some students await the University’s full opening instead.
Pepperdine plans to build a new fitness center next to Seaside Residence Hall. While COVID-19 pushed back the original opening, administration continues with plans for the temporary site.
Jumpstart powers ahead with creative ways to engage students in the classrooms they serve. The online learning format hasn’t stopped them from getting ready for the new year.
After Pepperdine shut down its study abroad offerings for fall 2020, many students had to change their plans. The directors of each international program, however, are doing the same.
New students are already adapting to the Zoom culture at Pepperdine. They will finish up a six-week online orientation the week of August 10, which replaced their NSO experience.