Pepperdine Ambassadors Council hosted its annual recruitment, with new members being announced at the end of the spring semester. PAC is looking for new members that are passionate about the Pepperdine community and want to make a difference.
Pepperdine’s Hub for Spiritual Life hopes to act as a connection for students in their faith and community. The Hub is accomplishing this through Seaver 200 and community service.
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Students, faculty and alumni came together to participate in one of Pepperdine’s most beloved traditions
Incoming Freshman Christina Stratton embodies what it means to be a true Pepperdine student, actively living out the University’s mission of purpose, service, and leadership in her daily life.
Nearly 200 students took their first steps toward serving a community outside Pepperdine Friday night. At 8:30 p.m. in the Waves Cafe, members of the upcoming Project Serve program came together for the first time for their Team Revelation event. Project Serve is a program at Pepperdine that takes place over spring break, with groups […]
Photo courtesy of Pepperdine Volunteer Center George Pepperdine imagined an immense body of alumni “who would feel the moral imperative to serve others sacrificially,” according to Pepperdine’s website. Even in the Caf, “Freely ye received, freely give” (Matthew 10:8) is found on the wall where students pass by with their plates of food. Service plays […]
Photo by Anaka Osborne Pepperdine is known for its small class sizes, breathtaking ocean views and challenging academics. Adding onto these, the university is being recognized for a student body focused on giving back. The Princeton Review recently released their list of colleges having the most students engaged in community service and placed Pepperdine at […]