Congratulations, midterm season is officially over! No more fretting over unread chapters, last-minute studying curled up on a couch in Payson Library and almost crying of anxiety minutes before an exam. But that doesn’t mean you should procrastinate on those readings again and wait until the very last minute to start that 10-page research paper. […]
An information session and informal pizza dinner about the new Digital Humanities minor at Pepperdine was held Oct. 11 at the Kresge Reading Room in Payson Library. Program coordinator Jennifer Smith and other professors in the program were there to introduce the minor to students and answer questions. Digital Humanities is a field of study […]
Photos Courtesy of Pepperdine University Pepperdine hired two new HRL directors this year, Robin Gore and Maura Page. Gore will be in charge of housing operations while Page will oversee residence life. The split between the two aspects of HRL was initiated to have a more concentrated focus on each area. “There are two directors […]
Photo courtesy of Becca Brackett From the moment she stepped on stage as a munchkin from the “Wizard of Oz” in second grade, freshman Becca Brackett knew she wanted to pursue music. “Music is my best form of communication,” Brackett said. “Communicating with music just gets things across in a way that talking never can.” […]
Pepperdine comes together to remember lost lives.
His will be done.
Photo by Hanna Kang With the arrival of the freshman class at any university comes a treasure trove of talented scholars, athletes and artists, among many others. Incoming freshman Carmen Edano is no exception. Edano, who is 17 years old, is majoring in music. She said she has been singing in choir most of her […]