As cliché as it may sound, life is made most enjoyable when laughing and connecting with pals around you. Life and Arts Editor Beth Gonzales shares her good news comes from re-connecting with friends and loved ones after being abroad this past spring.
What is seemingly one of the most talked about films this year, Olivia Wilde’s “Don’t Worry Darling” touches on utopia and hidden secrets. The film stars Harry Styles and Florence Pugh and includes much off-screen drama.
Certain organizations globally are fighting for period product access. Life & Arts Editor Beth Gonzales believes period poverty is a pressing issue in both the United States and beyond.
The 2022-23 IP ambassador team is getting ready to welcome a new year of abroad students. The ambassadors said going abroad was a life-changing experience.
It is not uncommon for one’s favorite film or TV show to be adapted from a novel. Recent adaptations such as “Bullet Train” and “The Summer I Turned Pretty” soared in popularity, and many such as “My Policeman” are soon releasing.
Various members of the Graphic staff traveled abroad over the summer with Pepperdine’s International Programs. Staff writer Lauren Goldblum shares her experience at Pepperdine’s Florence, Italy program.
Men’s Volleyball PR department reported Head Coach David Hunt will be stepping down following the conclusion of the 2021-22 season May 5. Hunt led the team for the past five years and the team will continue to search for a head coach for next season.
Pepperdine hosted the annual Malibu Reception on April 1, welcoming over 600 admitted students to campus. This event was intended to help admits get to know Pepperdine, and ran from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Chief Development Officer and Vice President for Advancement Lauren Cosentino attended Pepperdine as an undergraduate and has worked at the University ever since. Cosentino said she felt God called her to Pepperdine and created a path for her that she never thought she would go down in the administrative field of higher education.
The Brooklyn Nets selected Kessler Edwards No. 44 overall in the 2021 NBA Draft. Edwards made his NBA debut versus the Golden State Warriors on Nov. 16, 2021, where he became the first NBA player from Pepperdine since Alex Acker.