Founded in spring 2020, Pepperdine Climbing Club provides students with an introduction to the sport of rock climbing and a way to connect with like-minded peers. With rock climbing’s rise in popularity on college campuses, the club also wrestles with the stigmatization of the sport they love.
Inter-Club Council partnered with the Student Programming Board to host an in-person club fair for clubs and organizations this past Friday Feb.18. Developing clubs and organizations had a chance to gain exposure and increase membership.
The Freedom Wall received national attention about abortion-rights postings, prompting Pepperdine administrators to reconsider the wall’s guidance. The Graphic staff reminds the community of the written and unwritten rules of the Freedom Wall.
Pepperdine halved the Campus Life Fee in the 2020-2021 academic year. Inter-Club Council, Student Government Association, the Student Programing Board and clubs adjusted their distribution of funding and adapted to these changes.
Photo courtesy of Will Noland Senior business administration major Will Noland never pictured himself as the kind of person attending an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. But two years into recovery, these meetings have allowed him to find community and comfort on his road to sobriety. “On paper, AA isn’t supposed to work,” Noland said. “Scientifically they […]
Cultural clubs are not given proper recognition on Pepperdine’s campus despite how important they are to students.
Although most students reside off campus this semester, Pepperdine still chose to charge a $63 Campus Life fee. The fee will be used to foster community through online mediums.
Pepperdine leaders take action to combat social isolation and bring members of the community together online.
Organizers of Waves Weekend discuss the various events they are looking forward to in this annual tradition this year.
From film to French, new clubs on campus are diving deep into culture.