First-year Stephen Weinstock details how he seeks to invest his time into philanthropy to better the world around him. Weinstock wants others to understand the value of giving back.
Greek groups answer the question at Psi Upsilon’s annual dance competition.
Photo Courtesy of Jake Szarzynski Senior Liping Lin and junior Jake Szarzynski, both car lovers, decided to created their own company, Malibu Autobahn, for anyone who shares their passion for cars. Malibu Autobahn hosts luxury car events for people who like to look at these types of cars, show their own and look at others’. […]
Photo Courtesy of Angela Kappus The Student Philanthropy Council has officially opened up applications for the next academic year. The application opened early last week, and the final deadline to apply is Monday, Feb. 29. According to the Student Philanthropy Council’s application-requirements page, SPC is a student-led organization that strives to embody Pepperdine’s motto of […]
Photos by Berkley Mason Psi Upsilon’s 10th annual Psi U Think You Can Dance philanthropic event sold out Friday night, raising a record $20,000 for Conquer Paralysis Now, a charitable organization that aids in raising awareness for Paralysis. The competition gives fraternities and sororities the opportunity to compose their own dance performances and compete in […]
Photo by Berkley Mason Psi Upsilon will be holding its 10th annual philanthropy, Psi U Think You Can Dance, tomorrow. According to Ryan, Psi U is Pepperdine’s oldest fraternity, and it will make the 10th annual competition a unique experience for everyone in attendance. Psi U will welcome, Sam Schmidt, who is the inspiration behind […]
Students attend Gamma Phi Beta’s annual philanthropy held in the Caf.
DSP’s second annual community car show to promote highway safety
Steal the thunder — Psi Upsilon member junior Chris Perry hypes up the crowd during the fraternity’s annual philanthropy event, Psi U Think You Can Dance. The fraternity discovered their money safe containing $2,000 had been stolen, the proceeds of which would have gone to a paralysis foundation. (Photo by Katrina Kirsch) While the […]