Host Hunter Dunn looks into the cost of the recent recall election and has some Pepperdine students weigh in.
Pepperdine’s new Provost, SGA succession and graduation guidelines.
Being online due to COVID-19 has created a void between students and organizations like SGA. It is important that both students and SGA do their part to stay involved and communicate.
Several of this year’s SGA candidates speak about the issues they plan to focus on this year and the changes they hope to make.
Students running for SGA President offer diverse goals for the Pepperdine Community
SGA’s major accomplishments in the year 2016-2017
Art by Peau Porotesano Although sometimes it can seem as if student government is a trivial group and the results of the election don’t matter, this is not the case. The Student Government Association (SGA) is a proactive group elected by the student body that advocates on behalf of the student body to the administration, […]
Photo Courtesy of Jennifer deNicola Sporting a white shirt that reads “Team Jennifer” in blue with five stars in red across the bottom, Jennifer deNicola, a seven-year Malibu resident, is running for one of three seats on Malibu’s City Council. A businesswoman, president of an advocate organization, mother of two children and two dogs, deNicola […]
Image Courtesy of SGA Students were sent an email Wednesday at 8 a.m. to vote for next year’s Student Government Association Executive Board and Sophomore Class Senate by casting an online ballot. Freshmen Pearce Quesenberry and Tiffany Nomakchteinsky said they are confident with the candidates, acknowledging their experience and knowledge. “A lot of them have […]
Pepperdine University has selected a new dean for Seaver College, and the student body has selected the new SGA representatives for the coming year. Anchors Whitney Ashton and Madison Harwell also cover the new online program launched by the Career Center, as well as the Model UN Team’s successful trip to New York City. __________ […]