The Malibu area offers multiple places of worship for Pepperdine students. A few of these local faith leaders address how they plan to support and welcome more students to their churches.
Religion, Christianity especially, has played arguably one of the most influential roles in U.S. history, and continues to have enormous sway in American life. The question of how faith and national identity should interact is a longstanding and sometimes controversial issue.
Forgiveness can be simple, without a second thought, but other times forgiveness can be tough and requires more thought, more help, even a higher power.
Members of the Pepperdine community search for faith connections in their hometown congregations. As worship communities adjust, religious officials look to the future role of virtual worship.
Pepperdine libraries hosted Brenda Stevenson in a lecture for the Larry Donnell Kimmons Memorial Lecture Series in honor of Kimmons’ death. A Pepperdine Department of Public Safety officer shot Kimmons in 1969 and Pepperdine has hosted memorial events for the past five years.
Members of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee discuss the committee’s goals and the potential impact they hope it will have on Pepperdine.
At a predominately white institution, embracing one’s blackness is a top priority for African American students and faculty.
Compelled to tell a story through musical theater, numerous members of the Pepperdine “Ragtime” cast and crew discuss the musical and its importance.
Art by Caitlin Roark First-year students, who are beginning their Pepperdine experience alongside newly selected President Jim Gash, and returning students — especially those who studied abroad — will be experiencing new aspects of campus this upcoming year. Since the events of last November shaped our identity and unified us in new ways, it may […]
Culture is where we find some of the most meaningful art, as it not only brings us together, but brings us closer to our roots.