With the close of Seaver 200’s first semester, students look back on their experiences with the RISE Program. However, not every student said they look at their experience fondly.
Pepperdine’s Advancement Office continues to advance Pepperdine’s strategic plan through fundraising and advancement projects. Projects in the works include a new scoreboard for the soccer field and baseball stadium, as well as continued development of the Chateau d’Hauteville in Vevay, Switzerland.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment features Ethan Barragán, a Political Science major from Hawthorne, Calif., who is passionate about politics and the RISE community.
Connie Horton serves as the vice president for Student Affairs at Pepperdine and also leads the Resilience-Informed Skills Education Program. Horton is a Pepperdine alumna, a licensed psychologist and has worked at the University since 2005.
La Shonda Coleman discusses her promotion from Title IX coordinator for students to associate vice president and University Title IX coordinator. This role combines her existing duties with increased interaction and training with faculty and staff.
Overcommitment on campus and how students deal with it.
In a campus bathed in God’s light and love, we can sometimes forget those shrouded in the depths of darkness.
As students enter into one of the busiest months of the semester, they can find ways to stay motivated.