Senior Gibson Stump discusses his passion for tennis shoes and how sneakers not only cultivate high fashion but a family connection that hopefully will last generations.
Raymond Rider, a senior Philosophy and Psychology double major, was also a student speaker of TEDxPepperdine in 2019. Rider said he is passionate about philosophy and argues that Philosophy 200 should be one of the General Education classes for every undergraduate student to take.
KWVS serves as a one-stop shop for radio-related opportunities for students across Pepperdine. For many, the radio station has been a microphone for unheard voices — students and faculty kick back, relax and share their music tastes.
Howard Jean-Denis, assistant professor of Strategic Management, works as a mentor for students while in his first semester at Pepperdine. Jean-Denis hopes his time at Pepperdine will inform his faith and provide conviction.
Senior Taylor Mathews opens up about his musical history and what led him to songwriting. He explains how he intertwines his pursuit of truth with expression through song.
Senior Brandon Gille went on a first date to the beach last year that left him on crutches for weeks. Despite his injuries, Gille said he learned a lot about himself and dating in general from the experience, and created a lasting bond with the woman he took on the date.
After missing the entire 2020 season with Tommy John surgery, Trevor Hinkel has established himself as Pepperdine’s No. 1 starter early in the season. Hinkel is likely to take the ball when the Waves face No. 8 UCLA on Friday.
Photo courtesy of Will Noland Senior business administration major Will Noland never pictured himself as the kind of person attending an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. But two years into recovery, these meetings have allowed him to find community and comfort on his road to sobriety. “On paper, AA isn’t supposed to work,” Noland said. “Scientifically they […]
Senior Zeke Bongiovanni has a deep love for people and authentic connections.
Photo courtesy of Claire Lee Editor’s Note: Claire Lee is a PGM staff writer for the Fall 2020 semester. From the United States to Canada, Bolivia, Mexico and South Korea, Claire Lee travels around the world. A sophomore political science major, Lee uses her faith, friends and the places she travels to understand herself and […]