Letter From Editor Poem: The Little Moments Profile Katy Flinn Summits Mount Kilimanjaro ‘Is This a Picture or a Video?’ How Moments Create the Movie of Relationships Profile Morena Gonzales -Yap is Motivated by Matcha ‘It’s a Human Right’ Education Transforms Lives Competition and Connection Moments in Sports Profile Ethan Suh Runs on to the […]
Currents Editor-in-Chief Emily Morton explains the concept of ‘Moments’ and provides a brief glimpse into the types of moments Currents explores.
Humans tend to focus on the big moments. As emotional and important as those moments can be, it is the imperceptibly small moments that make life worth living.
It wasn’t easy for Resident Director Katy Flinn to summit Mount Kilimanjaro. Yet as she fought altitude sickness and exhaustion, she finished the climb alongside friends, new and old.
Relationships are made up of individual moments that have the power to define them. A single moment could mean the difference between a lifelong relationship or a broken one.
Motivation comes in many forms. For senior Morena Gonzales-Yap, all it took was a matcha latte. Gonzales-Yap reflects on the experiences that brought her to Pepperdine.
Five Pepperdine community members explore both nontraditional and traditional forms of education, and why lifelong learning is important.
The world of athletics is full of moments of high-stakes competition, hardship, camaraderie and more. Five athletes describe how the moments they experienced in sports shaped their lives.
As a sophomore, Ethan Suh found that joining the Pepperdine Baseball team as a walk-on is no small feat. Looking back now as a senior, Suh said the process came down to hard-work, determination and a lot of running.
While the moments one has lived define them, the moments a person misses or chooses to forfeit can be just as powerful. Three Seaver students shared stories of moments they missed and what it means to find closure.