Three members of the Pepperdine Ambassadors Council speak to what they do and why it’s important, from being a voice for students to working with local businesses. PAC aims to create connections between students, administration and the larger Pepperdine community.
Pepperdine’s newest fraternity on campus highlights professional and community goals for science majors.
Pepperdine Active Minds, a club that was recently established on campus, aims to cultivate conversation about mental health
The Psychology Honor Society is revamping themselves, starting with mental health awareness
Making resolutions precedes making waves
Pepperdine doesn’t have an official organization for adopted students. Unofficial groups struggle to support adoptees, and Pepperdine should do more to recognize and have official support for adopted students.
Between homework, on or off-campus jobs, school and community activities and a social life, it can be a lot for one person to manage. In these four years, your time is limited and valuable. Some students might question the importance or necessity of joining extracurricular activities in the first place. Extracurriculars are important because through […]
Food Recovery Network Club recovers and donates leftover food to local organizations
Graphic by Kylie Myers More than 12 percent of campus clubs have been ineligible to receive money from ICC’s general fund this semester through Inter-Club Council (ICC). Eleven of the 90 recognized student clubs did not pass a quiz that ICC implemented this year for ICC funding, ICC Graduate Adviser Josh Ramirez wrote in an […]
Art by Nate Barton For some people, the inclusion of Crossroads as an official student organization at Seaver College is a huge step. It represents years of advocacy, meetings and public debate. For those faculty, staff members and students, such as senior David Hylton, it is the realization of a years-long commitment to peaceful advocacy […]