Photo courtesy of Tim Horton With President Andrew K. Benton's recent announcement that he will step down from his position at the end of next school year, university leaders are considering the Pepperdine's direction for the future. As part of that consideration, the community looks not only to the future, but the past, in order to navigate the complex issue of Pepperdine's … [Read more...] about Pepperdine Navigates Church of Christ Influences
Mary Cate Long
Photo courtesy of Heather PardeePepperdine administration finalized their decision to select alumna Heather Pardee as the new director for the London International Program (IP). Pardee will move to London this summer with her husband, Cambry Pardee, and begin her new position starting Aug. 1, according to an email the Dean of International Programs Charles Hall sent out to … [Read more...] about New Director for London International Program Selected
Graphic by Rachel Ettlinger Mary Cate Long Contributed to this report The Pepperdine administration is continuing to work with student leaders to revise the Good Samaritan policy. Dean of Students Mark Davis was clear that conversations regarding the revisions of the policy are independent of any particular incidents. The policy has been widely debated among … [Read more...] about Pepperdine Works to Revise Good Samaritan Policy
Photo courtesy of Pepperdine University Pepperdine University's President Andrew K. Benton announced this morning his plans for stepping down from his presidential role and the university's search for a new president. In an email sent to the Pepperdine community, Benton wrote that the search for the university's eighth president will begin in August and will end at the … [Read more...] about Andrew K. Benton to Step Down From Role as President
Art by Madeline Duvall Dear Future Dean of General Education, At Pepperdine, students are used to more than just an ocean view and sushi in the cafeteria. Pepperdine students are bound together by the common struggle to get through the considerable number of general education courses. At a liberal arts school, this shouldn’t come as a shock. However, what may be … [Read more...] about Staff Editorial: Become Culturally Competent Without the Extra G.E.