Senior Jayda Kechour realized her love for animals includes removing animal products from her diet. While on her food journey, Kechour discovered her passion to become a regenerative farmer.
The Well meets every week in the amphitheater Thursdays at 8 p.m. The goal of the Well is to foster a sense of community among the Pepperdine students, regardless of religious affiliation.
How should students at a Christian university interact with Valentine’s Day coming up? As traditions change and fertility rituals have turned into the most romantic day of the year, is V-day problematic for more than just its wicked origins?
Rainbows can symbolize diverse ideas in various cultures and in peoples’ individual lives like hope, luck and wealth. However, rainbows hold a far more important place in first-year Lexington Russell’s daily life.
With only a few years of teaching under her belt, Assistant Professor of Political Science Karie Riddle has discovered how to connect her three passions: faith, feminism and education. As a tenure-track professor, Riddle said she hopes to bring passion and mentorship into the classroom.
This summer, Pepperdine is launching a new summer International Program in Uganda. This program seeks to help students explore what it means to be a global leader and learn from a community different from their own.
Stigmas surrounding mental health and therapy affect Pepperdine students in various ways. Breaking that stigma, both within oneself and for the benefit of others, is a challenge and a mission among students who aim to change the conversation about mental health on campus.
Religion, Christianity especially, has played arguably one of the most influential roles in U.S. history, and continues to have enormous sway in American life. The question of how faith and national identity should interact is a longstanding and sometimes controversial issue.
Joined by Pepperdine professors Christina Littlefield and Zachary Luben, the Melanated Muckraker goes into a deep discussion on the harmful effect of Christianity and what makes it worthwhile for POC to follow it. Debating ideas of contextualization, history, the new testament, the MM will try to give an answer to see if BIPOC should be a part of the Christian community.
Senior Hailey Serrano downloaded Tiktok in 2019 on a whim, but little did she know she would soon gain a following on the app to share her faith with.