Sophomore Nicholay Osokin stands next to a car at Azusa Canyon. Osokin posted this photo on his Instagram on Feb. 18, around 10 months before he died in a car accident. Photo courtesy of Nicholay Osokin's Instagram Pepperdine community members continue to remember sophomore Nicholay Osokin and his life after receiving news of his death Nov. 15. Osokin died in a car crash Nov. … [Read more...] about Pepperdine Remembers Nicholay Osokin as a ‘Beloved Member’ of the Community
Photo Courtesy of Jim Gash | Photo Editing by Haley Hoidal President Jim Gash said he is passionate about cultivating student community life on campus. Gash, who is from Santa Rosa, Calif., said the issue of community life and student involvement has been personal to him since before assuming the presidency in 2019. Gash graduated from Pepperdine's law school in 1993, and he … [Read more...] about President Jim Gash Emphasizes Growth in Community Life
A student group poses after their performance in this undated photo of Songfest. Songfest dates back to 1973 and has taken place each year until 2020, when COVID-19 disrupted the show. Photo courtesy of the Pepperdine LibrarySongfest is the oldest tradition at Pepperdine, and this year, it's not a guarantee.Following a Student Affairs restructuring in May, the University has … [Read more...] about Songfest Up in the Air for 2022
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Graphic by Ashley MowreaderPepperdine will host its Year 2 Welcome retreat beginning Aug. 20, and about a third of the Class of 2024 will attend. Connie Horton, Pepperdine vice president for Student Affairs, wrote in a July 28 email that 266 students (as of July 28) are registered to attend the event, of the more than 800 students in the sophomore class.Parents of rising … [Read more...] about Class of 2024 Parents Raise Concerns Regarding Year 2 Welcome