Art by Samantha Miller The idea of the ‘Pepperdine Bubble’ is a fairly well-known concept among Pepperdine students. It’s the idea that Pepperdine — a small, Christian university located in one of the most affluent parts of California and the United States — has the potential to shelter students, leaving them oblivious to the world beyond the roughly 3,500 undergraduates … [Read more...] about Reaching Beyond the ‘Pepperdine Bubble’
Art by Madeline Duvall George Washington University. American University. Georgetown University. One by one, universities in Washington, D.C. began to close campus and move to remote classes. As Pepperdine Washington, D.C. students learned of the closures, they began to prepare for the inevitable. "If you had asked me on that Monday [March 9] if we were going to be sent … [Read more...] about Early Return: Washington, D.C.
Map by Ali Levens As a result of the spreading coronavirus, Pepperdine students studying abroad in London, Lausanne and Heidelberg are being asked to stay put. An email sent Wednesday night to students in the three programs explained that students will remain in their host cities, ceasing all outside travel. In a separate email to the Washington, D.C., program, the office … [Read more...] about International Programs in Europe, DC Affected Following Coronavirus Spread in Florence