The Pepperdine Volunteer Center announced its closure via social media May 27, as part of a budget readjustment of the Office of Student Affairs. Students and alumni expressed shock and disappointment to the news.
The Pepperdine Men’s Basketball team has avid followers and fans who have developed a relationship with the team. They have used Twitter as a way to connect and form these relationships
Students, faculty and staff are focused on the return of in-person campus life, but the rising prominence of virtual learning suggests Zoom may be used well into the future. Different members of the Pepperdine community consider how they will incorporate Zoom into post-pandemic student life.
Support groups can help people feel seen, understood and connected, especially during a global pandemic.
Students with disabilities speak out and advocate for accommodations and visibility in the Pepp community.
Reserved parking in handicap spaces caused students and alumni to voice their opinions via Instagram.
Senior Mackenzie Mazen saw one too many vehicles illicitly parked in accessible parking spots and decided to speak out on behalf of the disabled community on campus.
Artists use their work to raise awareness about important issues that need social change.
Pepperdine’s Jumpstart program faces setbacks after the Woolsey Fire and Los Angeles teacher strike
Pepperdine students participated in the third annual Women’s March, labelled “Truth to Power”