The Pepperdine Jumpstart Program came together for their annual community involvement event — Jumpstart for a Day — March 26 at Reseda Park. Children, parents, teachers and Jumpstart members connected with one another through fun, engaging learning activities — capturing Jumpstart’s mission of community belonging and cultivating an enjoyable educational experience.
The Indian Student Association commemorated the arrival of spring through a Holi Festival Celebration on Sunday, March 13. ISA incorporated Holi traditions like colored powder, water guns and balloons, Indian music and traditional Indian cuisine to bring the spirit of South Asian culture to Pepperdine.
The documentary short examines the role of empathy in today’s society by taking a look at the story of Jesse Billauer and the founding of his organization Life Rolls On.
Inter-Club Council partnered with the Student Programming Board to host an in-person club fair for clubs and organizations this past Friday Feb.18. Developing clubs and organizations had a chance to gain exposure and increase membership.
The Board brought back board buddies for a second semester. The program allows students to expand their social network by connecting upperclassmen with underclassmen to attend the Board’s events and do other off-campus activities together. Upper level students in the program also have a chance to mentor younger students and serve as leaders in the Pepperdine community.
Olympic Volleyball Player Kim Hill talks about her journey from Pepperdine to winning Olympic Gold in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Pepperdine students talk more about how social media plays a big role in their news consumption.
Senior Jessica Campbell shares about using her Pepperdine and internship networks to meet sports industry professionals and become one.
Seaver Alumna Olivia Robinson (Seaver ’20) shares how her passion for social justice lead to entrepreneurship.
Senior Noah Santo talks about how his desire to become a professional athlete has lead him to a career interest in marketing.