Pepperdine’s International Programs celebrated the Return on Sept. 8. Students had the chance to reconnect with friends from their abroad programs and new students learned about new opportunities.
The 2022-23 IP ambassador team is getting ready to welcome a new year of abroad students. The ambassadors said going abroad was a life-changing experience.
Various members of the Graphic staff traveled abroad over the summer with Pepperdine’s International Programs. Staff writer Lauren Goldblum shares her experience at Pepperdine’s Florence, Italy program.
Various members of the Graphic staff traveled abroad over the summer with Pepperdine’s International Programs. Managing Editor Abby Wilt shares her experience at Pepperdine’s Florence, Italy program.
The 2022 spring abroad session is in full swing and attending students are immersing themselves in PE classes unique to their program. If not in PE, students are hiking, attending games and even horseback riding.
Pepperdine altered the summer 2022 Florence program due to new COVID-19 regulations in Italy. Participants of the program will no longer study abroad for eight weeks, but instead will be in Florence for four weeks.
Art is a subject deeply personal to both the viewer and the creator. To keep this deep connection, Pepperdine’s Art Department is thinking outside the box in terms of events and exhibitions.
Florence IP Director Elizabeth Whatley shares her experience— sending students home early for the first time in 22 years and how she’s stayed connected to Pepperdine remotely during COVID-19.
After Pepperdine shut down its study abroad offerings for fall 2020, many students had to change their plans. The directors of each international program, however, are doing the same.
Students from Pepperdine’s seven International Programs share their stories about returning home and transitioning back after being affected by COVID-19 abroad.