Greek organizations have continued to grow their negative reputation among universities nation wide. As Pepperdine is home to eight sororities and five fraternities, Greek leaders touch on how they are working to break the stigma around joining Greek organizations.
Since ancient times, people have turned to the sky to explain natural phenomena, navigate and tell time, relaying stories to illustrate what they found.
The Getty Villa will host its annual College Night on Tuesday, Nov. 12 for a night of fun and treats with free admission for college students.
Greek life has taken on a negative persona in the press, but there are a lot of positive qualities to being in Greek life.
Art by Ally Armstrong From sorority dessert mixers to fraternity dodgeball events, Greek life Recruitment events fill up much of the programming in the month of September at Seaver College. During this season, many students find a meaningful community that will last until graduation and even possibly afterwards. About one-third of the undergraduate population at […]
Baseball player Calvin Wood and Track runner Sheridan Davis are committed to both Greek Life and Sports
Greek groups answer the question at Psi Upsilon’s annual dance competition.
Students attend Gamma Phi Beta’s annual philanthropy held in the Caf.
Alternates to traditional romance can be just as fulfilling
Photo by Kailyn Neil In a school abundant with passion for the arts, it’s not a surprise that Songfest is one of Pepperdine’s most beloved traditions. This year’s show will honor the tradition by captivating audiences with outstanding performances and dazzling lights, as the theme is “Bright Lights, Big City.” Songfest took place for […]