With the fast-paced college lifestyle and sleep-deprived students hustling to their next classes, coffee is often essential for students to stay awake. News staff writer Michele Lee shares how she slows down to enjoy the little moments in life with coffee.
Mullin Town Square
Most people have a favorite spot on campus to study, talk to their friends or eat a good Caf meal. News Editor Abby Wilt shares her favorite spot on campus and how one simple spot brings her immense joy.
It’s spooky season — but Pepperdine must be tricking us because there is no Halloween spirit. Pepperdine needs to treat its community to a more Halloween -esque atmosphere.
Pepperdine kicked off Summer Session I classes June 7 with a majority of the classes being delivered in person. Many students returned to in-person classes for the first time since March 2020, and some are attending their first in-person college class.
Photos by Chad Jimenez Local vendors set up booths with a wide variety of dried goods, fresh produce, honey, tamales and kettle corn in Mullin Town Square on Tuesday afternoon. They will continue to come every two weeks on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., for the next five years, Coordinator for Center for […]
Pepp Walks in Solidarity
Photos by Jenna Aguilera A crowd of men and women bedecked in suits, ties and dresses buzzed with conversation over the sound of live jazz music. They were gathered at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel to celebrate a record-breaking success in Pepperdine’s fundraising history: the Campaign for Pepperdine, which surpassed the goal of $450 million to […]
Photos courtesy Pepperdine University After the donation of more than $470 million to Pepperdine, the money is part of dramatic plans to change many aspects of the Malibu campus and its future. The Campaign for Pepperdine exceeded its fundraising goal by $20 million, and students are already benefiting by increased scholarship money. But $147 million […]