Many Pepperdine sophomores spent the past year at home, even though they planned to be abroad. Life & Arts Staff Writer and sophomore Addison Whiten shares how she made the most of her year “abroad” in Whitewright, Texas.
Under the watch of the moon, nighttime is a sacred period of renewal and rest. Copy Chief Tiffany Hall shares how she gains happiness during the darkest time of day.
Students who are now living at home due to COVID-19 are suffocated by their lack of independence and inability to socialize.
Jesus wore sandals and so should you.
Students will enhance their relationships with their families when they add variety to how they keep in touch.
Join a house group to find community at Pepperdine
The Waves come home to earn a shutout against the Brown Bears
Tips for dealing with post-abroad culture shock
Art by Julia Naman As the second semester of my first year of college comes to an end, I am filled with excitement about seeing my friends and family when I return home for the summer. I imagine hanging out on the lake, sharing embarrassing college stories over lunch, seeing cousins, aunts, uncles and grandparents, […]
Art by Peau Porotesano During my travels over Christmas break, I was faced with a rather vexing problem: the Airbnb I was staying at while exploring Rome was the definition of terrible. My previous experiences with the private property-renting website were great, but this house had a distinct lack of heat, a constant threat of […]