Photo by Shannon Hansen In life, there are times when God becomes visible – when his guiding hand that is leading us along the bends and forks in the road becomes tangible. Last weekend in Paris was a time that I realized just how mighty God is and how boundless his love and protection flows. […]
At least 14 Pepperdine students are safe in Paris Friday night after a series of terrorist attacks took place in Paris around 10:30 p.m. local time, the Graphic has confirmed. France is under martial law and all borders have been closed. Emails were sent to IP participants, staff, parents and emergency contacts regarding the situation in Paris. […]
Business students are about to immerse themselves in the global economy, more than ever before. On Monday, Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School for Business and Management opened applications for its annual Global Business summer abroad programs. These programs cover a range of different business industries in locations such as Oxford, England and Wiesbaden, Germany. New additions […]
Freedom of speech has its own consequences.
The news they won’t tell you
Charlie Hebdo shootings remind us to have cultural consciousness
Photo by Misha Padilla Imagine turning the pages of a history book, the golden pages breathing dust and the brown spine cracking under the weight of the heavy parchment paper. Now imagine having the words on the paper brought to life before your very eyes. Smothers Theatre has been transformed into the manifestation of a […]