Adjunct History Professor Randal Beeman shared how fatherly love pulled him out of the darkest moments of his life. Today, he appreciates the love his father showed him and now shares that love with his own children.
President Jim Gash updated the community in an April President’s Briefing via Zoom. Gash said the next briefing, in June, will hopefully be held in person.
Howdy’s is a new addition to the Waves Café that arrived Feb. 1. The reaction to the restaurant’s arrival is overwhelmingly positive, and students enjoy having variety during lunch.
Kindness seems to be more elusive as the world and our lives grow busier. News Assistant Graeson Claunch shares about why showing others kindness can brighten someone’s day, and remembering to show yourself kindness is just as important.
The Well meets every week in the amphitheater Thursdays at 8 p.m. The goal of the Well is to foster a sense of community among the Pepperdine students, regardless of religious affiliation.
Paul Kim, a new professor of Screen Arts in the Communication Division, enjoys forming meaningful relationships with students and helping them throughout their creative journeys. Kim is also working on a creative scholarship project to develop new documentaries with students, alumni and faculty.
This summer, Pepperdine is launching a new summer International Program in Uganda. This program seeks to help students explore what it means to be a global leader and learn from a community different from their own.
New tenure-track professor Fabian Scalzo brings greater awareness to Artificial Intelligence at Pepperdine in securing the Keck Science Grant to improve the computer labs and introducing a new Human-Centered AI Conference. Scalzo has taught for the past seven years and loves to combine teaching with AI and data science.
To some students, the shuttle schedule seems widely confusing, and users such as Alex Kolm wonder its effectiveness. Others, such as Christian Ferrari and Gabriel Claypool, combat Pepperdine’s hilly campus with alternate modes of transportation, whereas Kayla Nunn struggles with Pepperdine’s accessibility.
The Table seeks to repair the lack of Christian fellowship due to COVID-19 with a renewed sense of community, worship and a time for communion. Every Saturday night, the University Church of Christ invites community members to The Table at 6 p.m., at the Brock House.