Pepperdine released its 2020 Internal Revenue Service 990 Form in July 2021, revealing the highest-paid administrators at the University. New promotions among President Jim Gash’s cabinet reranked administrators compared to years prior, but women remain unrepresented in the administration’s top earners.
Alaina Housley’s legacy lives on through an endowed scholarship fund that will continue support students in need.
The Pepperdine community celebrates the induction of its eighth president.
After experiencing unprecedented challenges, the Pepperdine community — especially professors — has proved not only courageous, but also compassionate.
Staff and faculty are reacting to the shooting that continues to affect campus
Four student-athletes were inducted into the Pepperdine Athletics Hall of Fame Sunday and Pepperdine’s current first family received a Distinguished Service Award
Art by Caitlin Roark While Pepperdine is an ever-changing campus, it is rooted in its mission of purpose, service and leadership. It is rooted in Christian values, along with seeking the improvement of student life, and stimulates fellowship. The university empowers students to enact positive change that serves their community. With this ability to affect […]
The Church of Christ is a historical influence on Pepperdine culture. The core values of the CoC remain present on campus, but there are also things that have changed.
The Compton native will return for his second head coaching stint with the Waves following the conclusion of Arizona’s season.
The former head coach reflects on his 34-year career at the helm of Pepperdine’s men’s volleyball program, shares his coaching influences and what’s next after coaching.