Currents Editor-in-Chief Emily Morton explains the concept of ‘Moments’ and provides a brief glimpse into the types of moments Currents explores.
Adjunct History Professor Randal Beeman shared how fatherly love pulled him out of the darkest moments of his life. Today, he appreciates the love his father showed him and now shares that love with his own children.
Pepperdine Athletics does not mandate that potential new employees belong to a faith community, but expects them to display Christian values. Athletic Director Steve Potts and two head coaches speak about how their Christian faith played a role when they were hired, and how it matters in their work now.
As a senior, Alexa Rydell reflects on how she came to faith during her freshman year at Pepperdine and grew in her faith over the subsequent years.
A student reacts to the recent “Rethink Pepperdine’s Religious Framework” Perspectives piece, which encouraged Pepperdine to consider altering the academic religion requirements to make for a better discussion of faith on campus.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment introduces Sophia Douville, who discusses her passions for dance and choir and how she was drawn to living in California.
Through trials and tribulations, Crossroads made Pepperdine Seaver history when it became the first LGBTQ+ club to be approved by the university.
Photo courtesy of @HaycoxVikings Instagram Before Pepperdine University students can receive a grade from one Spanish professor’s advanced level course, they must first fully immerse themselves within the Spanish-speaking cultures to master fluency. This initiative is practiced through cultural projects like Color Esperanza, which means Color of Hope, and Professor Cristina Roggero’s implementation of the […]
Photo courtesy of Julia Stratton 44,000. That’s how many denominations exist within the Christian faith, Religion Professor Dyron Daughrity said. Each of these denominations have found their own variation of expressing awe and gratitude to God, adding to the plethora of definitions of worship. Pepperdine hosts a community of students from a variety of denominations […]
Photo by Kayla Lee In 2017, we have seen the world twist and bend in ways that many thought not possible. We have been forced to reckon with ideas of inequality, stereotypes, racism and identity. These issues have steered the country’s conversations shaping our political and social climate. I came to Pepperdine seeking not only […]