Students, professors and administrators explore the complex dynamic between art, religion and where to draw the line — if at all.
People across Pepperdine’s campus discuss the unique ways they worship, using their passions and interests.
Professor Raymond Carr uses the music of Thelonious Monk to merge the ideas of Karl Barth, a European theologian, with James Cone, the “father of black theology.”
The Pepperdine community came together for Alaina Housley’s memorial service to honor and celebrate her life.
Incredible performances, writing and directing makes ‘The Sisters Brothers’ a force to be reckoned with.
Pepperdine MFA students travel to Austin for the 25 annual film festival and writers conference.
Former congressmen will visit Pepperdine to discuss the importance of bipartisanship
Van Alden and Echosmith rock out Pepperdine for the ninth annual Waves Weekend concert
Junior Nate Bartoshuk found a passion for acting after an injury forced him to start over.
Author Dr. Caron Gentry visits Pepperdine to discuss her new book, which explores modern American politics and creative solutions.