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 Pepperdine Spiritual Life Office rolls out new plans for the online fall 2020 semester.
Rabbi in Residence Ari Schwarzberg enriches Jewish and Christian students’ learning experience with mentorship and convocation opportunities.
Crossroads, Pepperdine’s LGBTQ+ club, will host its first convocation event on April 2
Pepperdine celebrates Filipino culture through spoken word poetry
Pepperdine celebrates its 81st anniversary on Founders’ Day, honoring many long-term traditions
In his lecture, Dr. Dyron Daughrity explored and refuted the claim by many scholars that belief in Christianity is declining.
Free food, a convocation credit and an open space for discussion.
Art by Madeline Duvall With last week’s Pepperdine Graphic Media Town Hall, “Citizen Soldier,” on Thursday, March 8, it is only right that the Pepperdine Graphic staff focus on the important and often-overlooked presence and engagement of student veterans on campus. “Citizen Soldier” was an opportunity for dialogue regarding veterans’ affairs and for some of […]
Six Seaver women preformed slam poetry with special guest Natasha Hooper.