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.
Pepperdine’s identity as a Christian University has created a focus and impact within the community. With this impact comes challenges for students to weather.
The Convocation Series leaders explain the upcoming changes to Wednesday Chapel, Community Chapel and Club Convo.
The Psychology Honor Society is revamping themselves, starting with mental health awareness
Photos by Milan Loiacono For many students, college is a time for newfound independence. With that, their religious views may change. “The young adult years of many Americans are marked by a clear decline in outward religious expression, which is widely thought to hit bottom during — and perhaps because of — the college experience,” […]
Convocation Office and University Chaplain seek to unite Pepperdine students and faculty through student-led club convocations.
Infograph by Falon Opsahl Scanning the Waves baseball stadium looking for the student section, junior transfer student Zellie Short said she was quite surprised. Coming from the SEC school Ole Miss where uproarious tailgates and loud cheering were common, Short said she was struck by the lack of student body coming to support the games. […]
Convo has a renewed focus on spirituality and student need instead of transactional credits. Will you give it a chance?
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Photo Courtesy of Sarah Jaggard Director of Convocation Sarah Jaggard has resigned after almost five years in her position. In a statement to the Graphic about the reasons behind her resignation, she wrote in an email: “I am immensely grateful for all that the last five years of service at Pepperdine has provided. It’s been […]