With the close of Seaver 200’s first semester, students look back on their experiences with the RISE Program. However, not every student said they look at their experience fondly.
The Expressionists magazine is hosting its annual fall-themed coffeehouse poetry reading event. Many students logged into Zoom to share their spoken art.
The ‘Bu Yorker strives to tell fun stories from the perspective of a Pepperdine student in a way that engages readers and artists alike.
Pepperdine prohibits students from coming to campus and has closed on-campus resources as a result of restrictive LA Department of Health protocols. Campus access and in-person resources are unlikely to become available this semester, according to Vice President for Student Affairs Connie Horton.
Pepperdine students share pros and cons of living in the Malibu area despite the lack of in-person classes and on-campus activity.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. The ninth installment introduces Amani Pearson, who discusses her hope of contributing to a loving environment.
On July 22 Pepperdine announced that all fall 2020 courses would be held online. Students and faculty had mixed reactions, as remote learning will change the semester.
How will online classes impact students’ daily lives? There’s a silver lining to online classes: more time for students to choose how to live their lives.