Seaver College celebrated the class of 2022’s graduation ceremony April 30 on Alumni Park. The ceremony honored the graduates achievements but also inspired hope for the future.
Pepperdine administrators altered a number of words and phrases in George Pepperdine’s original dedicatory address for its reading at Founder’s Day 2021. The changes were revisionist and dangerous, as they alter our understanding of Pepperdine’s history of exclusion.
With last year’s event canceled, International Programs made a grand homecoming with this year’s Return. IP alumni shared stories of their experiences abroad with first-year students, competed in the traditional tug-o-war competition and watched their program videos, all while enjoying meals from food trucks.
Pepperdine honored and remembered the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on 9/11 by setting up 2,977 flags on Alumni Park that were open to the public for viewing. Several Malibu community members came to see the display, reflecting on the tragic events.
Pepperdine hosted a back-to-back commencement ceremony weekend to honor the Class of 2020 and 2021. The University chose to postpone the Class of 2020 ceremony from last spring.
Seaver College plans to hold in-person graduation ceremonies on Alumni Park for the classes of 2020 and 2021 this May.
For the 13th year, Pepperdine installed a memorial on Alumni Park to honor the victims of the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. This year’s display, however, remains closed to the public due to COVID-19.
The Pepperdine community celebrates the induction of its eighth president.
As returning students readjust to life back in Malibu, first-years look forward to an experience abroad.
The Sweetwater Fire burned approximately 40 acres in Malibu near Sweetwater Road.