With last year’s event canceled, International Programs made a grand homecoming with this year’s Return. IP alumni shared stories of their experiences abroad with first-year students, competed in the traditional tug-o-war competition and watched their program videos, all while enjoying meals from food trucks.
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The Good News Column is back! In the first Good News piece of the fall 2021 semester, News Editor Emily Shaw shares what makes Pepperdine feel like home for her, or more like who.
The Class of 2022 kicked off their senior year at the Brock House to Rock the Brock. Seaver Alumni Relations, President Jim Gash and first lady Joline Gash hosted the senior class for a night of celebration, music, dancing, food and various raffle prizes, including Waves of Relief presidential awards.
The University Management Committee sent an email to the Pepperdine community July 9 sharing Pepperdine’s COVID-19 vaccination policy decision and more expectations about infection control measures for the fall semester.
In recognition of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in the United States, as well as in pursuit of the Graphic’s commitment to listen to and support the AAPI members of the Pepperdine community, the Graphic offered AAPI students a space to share their personal experiences. Seven Pepperdine students and alumni reflect on their experiences as part of the AAPI community.
Featured Articles Spring 2021 Special Edition: If It Bleeds Letter from the editors News Former Graphic journalists reflect on controversial reporting The news; Hurting instead of helping? Pepperdine students wrestle with news bias History of the Graphic stresses responsibility of student journalists to the community Perspectives Opinion: ‘If it bleeds, it leads’ — the […]
Since its first edition in 1937, the Graphic has adapted to the times to continue providing news to the Pepperdine and surrounding communities. Former editors, a former adviser and a current adviser to the Graphic share their experiences at the student newspaper.
Featured Articles Spring 2021 issue of Currents magazine Letter from the editor A journey from ruin to resilience: The Malibu community reflects on Woolsey When forgiveness shocks the world Avenue of acceptance: How mental health and faith intertwine Life after death, whatever that means More than a wish your heart makes: Dreams and their significance […]
The grieving process involves numerous psychological, cultural and religious components, including important mourning practices. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many individuals have been forced to experience loss differently than they might have expected.