When Pepperdine decided to send everyone home, students were met with uncertainty and logistical dilemmas.
The uncertainty of travel restrictions, dwindling resources and LA’s health care system led to a difficult decision for many upperclassmen.
Last week, the NCAA suspended the championships for all of their winter and spring sports. The decision affects 10 of Pepp’s Division 1 teams.
On Wednesday morning, the student body was notified that classes would be held remotely, and anyone who lived on campus must go home.
The Biggest Takeaways from the President’s Address: Credit/no credit classes are being discussed in administration. A decision will be coming out soon. Graduation, summer programs, and international programs are still up in the air. 193 students remain on campus. The university remains financially safe, however, they are taking a loss. “We need to ensure that […]
Administration made students aware of potential reductions of campus services Thursday.
Provost Rick Marrs, Vice President of Student Affairs Connie Horton, President Jim Gash, and Seaver Dean Michael Feltner address the Pepperdine community in a Zoom video call | Photo from COVID-19 Seaver Informational Town Hall Following the email notification from President Jim Gash at 8 a.m. Wednesday morning, Pepperdine’s administration is holding a town hall […]
On Wednesday, as the Graphic newsroom prepared to put together the pages for the Thursday paper, news broke that the Florence program was suspended for the remainder of the spring semester.
Students respond to their time abroad being cut short.
In additional to its global impact, coronavirus has affected multiple abroad programs at Pepperdine and continues to loom over the Pepperdine community.