Maya and Hunter Leppard (Seaver ’20) recently went viral on TikTok for their videos about their lives and relationships. They discuss some themes in their videos and their goal for their TikTok presence.
Ring by Spring
Petty Perspective is a column highlighting the rants and thoughts everyone thinks but never gets a chance to put into words. This time, we hear from Ashley Mowreader, who believes the DTR bench is a Pepperdine symbol we cannot forget.
Relationships at Pepperdine are often serious, which leads to long term relationships and marriage. These relationships, of all shapes and sizes, appear plentiful in the Pepperdine community.
These students will be hearing the graduation song and wedding bells all in the same year — or even month.
Research shows that there is no timeline of physical intimacy that people follow through the course of their lives. That’s why social comparison is arbitrary when it comes to first kisses.
“Ring by Spring” is a honored ritual for some college couples, but not everyone is trying to marry young
A new dating Convo series aims to educate and guide men towards a normalized dating culture at Pepperdine
Logo by Haley Laningham Tis the season of engagements, people. Pepperdine Probz is here to get you through it. Pepperdine students joke about ring by spring relationships with an air of sarcasm. However, every year without fail, a stream of engagements bring truth to this sardonic phrase. After all, the creator of e-Harmony did hail […]
Art by Peau Porotesano Before transferring into Pepperdine, I thought I was getting away from the whole “ring by spring” hype. At Azusa Pacific University, you seldom ran into a soon-to-be graduating senior who wasn’t considering the big question. Sometimes I felt like it was almost a cultural expectation on campus and that people who […]
Art by Chris Chen Throughout high school, I defied cliches at every turn. I played varsity basketball, but I was also a soft-spoken academic who liked to write for the school paper. I took German because everybody else took Spanish. I grew up overseas. I picked a university that was far-flung from the typical southeast-Michigan […]