The documentary short examines the role of empathy in today’s society by taking a look at the story of Jesse Billauer and the founding of his organization Life Rolls On.
With last year’s event canceled, International Programs made a grand homecoming with this year’s Return. IP alumni shared stories of their experiences abroad with first-year students, competed in the traditional tug-o-war competition and watched their program videos, all while enjoying meals from food trucks.
Pepperdine kicked off Summer Session I classes June 7 with a majority of the classes being delivered in person. Many students returned to in-person classes for the first time since March 2020, and some are attending their first in-person college class.
With hopes for a strong start to the 2021 season, Pepperdine Baseball loses its opening series to Cal Baptist. While Pepperdine looked strong in the game two victory, they were outscored by the Lancers in games one and three by a combined score of 15-3.
Students received two emails July 9 and July 22 from Dean Michael Feltner providing an update on International Programs, and all international programs were suspended. IP students discussed how the suspension has impacted them.