With daunting headlines and emotional stories, sometimes the news hurts people. Many Pepperdine students have found themselves in the breaking news spotlight during events such as the Borderline shooting and PCH car crashes, when some experienced insensitive encounters with the media.
Five students recount their mental illness journey and how it ties in with their faith.
The statistics behind Pepperdine’s International Programs and its participants give a general overview of the abroad experience. Students and IP Director Beth Laux discuss why these programs matter.
Ever wondered about the craze surrounding the Enneagram? Pepperdine juniors and professors discuss the power and downfalls of the personality model that simplifies nine personalities into numbers.
Lausanne participants share their experiences leaving Switzerland suddenly in the midst of COVID-19 and how they saw the United States respond to the outbreak.
Alaina Housley’s suitemates reflect on grief, hope and healing over the last year.
Sophomore Alicia Yu speaks to her experience as a a survivor of the Borderline Shooting, suitemate of Alaina Housley and student abroad in Lausanne.
Alaina Housley’s suite in DeBell writes about their suitemate and friend.