Pepperdine Ambassadors Council hosted its annual recruitment, with new members being announced at the end of the spring semester. PAC is looking for new members that are passionate about the Pepperdine community and want to make a difference.
With 200 legacy admits per year, students with family who attended Seaver College in the past know Pepperdine before ever being a student at the school. University Registrar Hung Le said legacy students carry on memories that make up the foundation of the University.
News Staff Writer Anezka Liskova shares the importance of risk taking and how it has shown her the real meaning of life and what to appreciate most.
Psychology Professor Tomas Martinez talks about his lifetime commitment to give back to his community in the form of community mental health while discussing its significance in minority and at-risk groups.
Senior Gibson Stump discusses his passion for tennis shoes and how sneakers not only cultivate high fashion but a family connection that hopefully will last generations.
Body and Soul incorporates the five senses within a new piece of art, music, film or experience; showcasing what staff find meaningful. Life and Arts Assistant Addison Whiten shares her experience spending a day at Disneyland with her family.
Madison Menefee reflects on her journey to faith and what it means to share that part of herself with the ones she loves.
Tim Story’s “Tom & Jerry” (2021) is a reboot of the iconic cartoon series by the same name. The film tries to deliver comedy, even employing famed comedy actors, but ultimately fails due to how it loses sight of the heart of its source material.
My semester in South Korea taught me to take initiative of each day, learn how to make friends in a foreign land and be more independent. This is the seventh and last installment of the “Abroad in South Korea” series.
Belief systems require grace, understanding and passion, but they also deserve to be challenged.