It has been over a year since students gathered for Convocation, and a decision has not been announced about the future of spiritual life at Pepperdine. While students like the spiritual aspect of the University, they don’t want to feel forced to practice religion.
A major part of Pepperdine’s identity as a university lies in its Christian tradition and faith-centered atmosphere. However, not all students who choose to attend share this faith.
Repeated graffiti requires hours of scrubbing and raises questions over unmonitored nature of the chapel
Convo has a renewed focus on spirituality and student need instead of transactional credits. Will you give it a chance?
Photo by Allison Hubbard Every pew in Stauffer Chapel was packed with students on Tuesday, Jan. 21 to commemorate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Along with celebrating the Civil Rights Movement and the push for equality, Bishop Darrell L. Bush, a prison chaplain for more than 20 years in LA County, […]