High school teacher Jessica Wall teaches at Oak Park High School. Jessica Wall said she had to adapt to teaching changes throughout COVID-19. Photo Courtesy of Jessica Wall Students across Los Angeles County returned to schools with the option to mask March 14. Approximately two years after schools closed their doors and began virtual instruction, a sense of normalcy … [Read more...] about Educators Observe the Lasting Social Effects of COVID on Students
Admitted students and families flock to the Student Life Fair on Alumni Park during the Malibu Reception on April 1. Students said they enjoyed visiting tables that included Surf Club, Premed and Student Employment. Photos by Samantha Torre Pepperdine kicked off its annual Malibu Reception on April 1, welcoming over 600 admitted students and their families to the Malibu … [Read more...] about Admitted Waves Flood Pepperdine at the Malibu Reception
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Photo courtesy of Andy and Carrie Wall Carrie and Andy Wall’s relationship may have formed 36 years ago, but their story begins long before the two attended Pepperdine together and even before the two were born. Both second-generation Waves and children of couples who married while studying at Pepperdine, Carrie Giboney and Andy Wall grew up as family friends. Once the … [Read more...] about “Marry the Man Behind the Vacuum Cleaner”: A Generational Love Story
Art by Olivia Smith and Aliya EdwardsInside a small church in a foreign country, speaking a language unfamiliar to her own, Chaplain Sara Barton experienced the liberation of preaching to both men and women for the first time in the mid-'90s.The church was located in the Lusoga-speaking region of Southeastern Uganda, where Barton was a missionary for over eight years.The people … [Read more...] about “Why Isn’t My Voice Valued in a Church I Love?”