SAT requirements create an unfair advantage for students who come from wealthier families that are able to pay for private tutoring. Studies, such as one through Princeton University, have shown that dropping the requirement improves both GPA and diversity of admits.
The Student Wellness Advisory Board held “Love Your Body Week” with a series of events to encourage students to take care of themselves in every way. Junior Healthy Communities ambassador Mallory Finley said in college especially, students need a reminder to love themselves and take care of their social, mental and physical health.
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The fourth event of the President’s Speaker Series on Feb. 16 included guest speakers Will Ford III and Matt Lockett — two men who said they were brought together by God. With a long, interconnected family history, Ford and Lockett shared their story of using prayer to change the culture of racism in the United States.
With 200 legacy admits per year, students with family who attended Seaver College in the past know Pepperdine before ever being a student at the school. University Registrar Hung Le said legacy students carry on memories that make up the foundation of the University.
It is easy to forget to appreciate the small joys of life, and it’s even harder to find moments to be completely present. Pixel Editor Liza Esquibias shares how arranging flowers for her apartment brightens her days.
For eight years, Global Learning Week has been a Pepperdine tradition to celebrate, encourage and teach cross-cultural understanding both on and off campus, said Greg Muger, director of the International Programs Malibu Office. With six events throughout the week of Jan. 24-28, students participated in activities and discussions to broaden their global knowledge.