After one year of the Hub for Spiritual Life, the Pepperdine communtiy is seeing changes to the leadership of the Hub. The three previous chaplains, including Sara Barton, have moved out of the Hub and into other departments, and the Hub is now led by vice president and chief of staff Danny DeWalt.
News Honoring Will Noland: A Light to Everyone He Met Good News: Time Will Tell Remembering all 2,977: Pepperdine Honors Those Lost on 9/11 Pepperdine’s 34th Step Forward Day Serves Various Communities The Malibu Campus Turns 50 Becoming a Megaphone: Visiting Scholar for Liberal Arts Joins Community Vocalizing Their Story: Students Speak On Hispanic Heritage […]
Pepperdine hosted two events to honor the lives lost on 9/11 — the Waves of Flags setup on Sept. 9, and the Memorial Service on Sept. 12. Students, faculty and alumni alike said they see this event as a way to continue to honor the people who lost their lives that day.
The Pepperdine community is mourning the loss of alumnus Will Noland (’22) who died Aug. 22, in Venice, Calif. Friends and family described Will as someone who loved others well and had a smile from “ear-to-ear” every day.
From Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, people across the United States observe Hispanic Heritage Month. Pepperdine students speak on their Hispanic culture and how best to add to the appreciation.
Pepperdine’s Malibu location comes with an expensive ZIP code that affects many students’ abilities to seek affordable housing off campus. With large first-year and sophomore student sizes, upper-level students have ongoing difficulties securing housing.
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Students will no longer need to have a parking permit sticker on their dashboard. Student license plates will now be registered in the system, and recognition cameras will scan to make sure they are parked in the right spot.
With trans participation in sports under the constant eye of the media, members of Pepperdine Athletics spoke about LGBTQ+ policy in the NCAA. As trans participation continues to spark debate, Pepperdine continues to look for areas to improve.
Pepperdine’s Malibu campus architecture creates barriers to equal access for students, faculty, staff and visitors. Community members shared their experiences in navigating campus, advocating for change and steps they want administrators to take to make campus accessible.