With COVID-19 shutting down college campuses nationwide in 2020, students have been unable to live on Pepperdine’s campus until now. First-years, sophomores and transfer students share their experience of move-in day, decorating their dorm and finding a campus community.
Despite a closed campus and restricted civic activities, some first-year students sought to replicate as much of the college experience as COVID-19 allowed. Several first-years describe the experience of navigating leases, living away from home and seeking community.
Motivated by the need to socialize, over 200 Pepperdine students returned to Malibu. Some Waves are doing so with the pandemic in mind while others are disregarding COVID-19 all together.
It is too impractical to make Pepperdine a pet-friendly campus.
Graphic by Nate Barton One aspect of college is learning how to deal with bad roommates. We have all had our fair share of roommate conflict. I have had great roommates but other times I have found myself hiding in Payson to avoid going home. But the conflict itself is not as important as how […]
HRL said website malfunctions should no longer hinder students in their pursuit of their desired dorm and roommate