Pepperdine community members share when they feel closest to God.
The world is becoming increasingly secularized and people are growing more anxious. Perhaps the antidote some are seeking is a spiritual one.
Photo by Cecily Breeding Dear Reader, Faith is all around us. It affects Netflix binges, global geopolitics, meme culture and, of course, education. Pepperdine stakes its identity in the idea that education isolated from faith is incomplete. Now, scholars and critics increasingly realize that the sequestration of values from education makes for a fragmented worldview. […]
Photo by Cecily Breeding Dear reader, Less than 5 percent of my high school graduating class left the state of Michigan for college. I went the farthest. When I told them that my destination was California, their eyes widened as they mentally compared a brutal Detroit winter with Christmas on the beach. When I arrived […]
Photos by Safeena Padder Senior David Hutchinson won’t be heading home to San Diego for Thanksgiving; instead, he will be adventuring to Kenya to film a documentary that will feature students at Made in the Streets, an organization formed with the purpose of rescuing children from living on the streets in Nairobi, Kenya. Hutchinson got […]