The administration should engage the student body to find a replacement statue that represents Pepperdine’s values.
Photo by Omar Murphy Pepperdine President Andrew K. Benton and American Council on Education Senior Vice President Terry Hartle discussed hot-button issues and student civic engagement at the first of Pepperdine Graphic Media’s three-part Town Hall series Thursday, Jan. 25. Benton and Hartle took part in a Q&A to discuss Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals […]
Photos by Kaelin Mendez Pepperdine students, faculty and staff came together to “Take Back the Night” on Monday evening, gathering at the amphitheater for an evening of worship, testimony, music and various forms of art to educate the community about all forms of violence and abuse. “‘Take Back the Night’ puts us on the path […]
He will serve on the NAICU board for a little more than a year and a half, representing private, nonprofit higher education sectors around the nation.
As the topic of more refugees coming to the U.S. continues, refugees in the U.S. and around the world have received assistance from Pepperdine’s very own students, faculty and alumni.
Pepperdine University does not offer a Computer Science major at Seaver College, but over the past two years there has been demand from students on campus.
Is it a necessity or is it an excessive additive that English writers have required for too long? Let’s discuss.
Fred Ward was a film photographer who traveled on assignment to over 130 countries for more than the course of 50 years and his work has been featured in TIME and National Geographic
Art by Peau Porotesano Before I went abroad, I was warned that everyone tends to experience a sort of “aha” moment at some point during his or her time away. Once the end of my second semester started to approach, I decided that perhaps this wasn’t the time for my moment. I’ve since realized I […]
Art by Peau Porotesano There are some moments in life you can’t change; like the time I dropped my toothbrush on the floor of a hostel in Bern, Switzerland. That toothbrush, which I should have burned on the spot, but instead discarded as quickly as possible, is a good metaphor for all the disastrous events […]