Returning to Pepperdine for the fall 2021 semester is exciting for all students, but international students especially expressed a sense of gratitude. International students shared their perspective on the social, academic and personal importance of being on campus while also appreciating the lessons they learned from the challenges of remote classes.
International students should be given the opportunity to test out of some introductory-level classes. All students deserve equal educational opportunities at Pepperdine.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment introduces Stella Putri, an international student who enjoys LA life and hopes to work in the business world.
Pepperdine’s decision to hold the fall 2020 semester online uniquely impacts international students, who face different challenges than domestic students.
Pepperdine Administration addresses the concerns of its international students in a virtual Zoom town hall.
Daria Kuczer, a Polish athlete, is one of the three international freshmen on the Waves Women’s Tennis team.
When I think about airplanes, I fondly think about the hours I spent with my dad traveling to New York to visit my grandparents. I think about the one glorious time that my dad and I met the Black Eyed Peas on an airplane. I think about the little bag of perfectly salted pretzels the […]
The Waves’ newest players came to Malibu from Canada and China.
Seaver’s fall 2018 admittance rate of 34.76 percent is the lowest in undergraduate history, admitting only 4,212 students.
Photo by Priyanka Harania After coming to Pepperdine from Kenya, a country rich with both culture and diversity, I find myself putting on my Kenyan jewelry to remind me of home. I often wear my necklace with an Africa pendant to show others that although I am Indian, I am not from India, but from […]