Pepperdine’s New Fitness Center was projected to open in Summer 2022, due to construction delays. The fitness center will open Friday April 22, with a grand opening in the fall 2022 semester.
Questions of faith may take a lifetime to answer. Members of the local community share their experiences of faith — both when it was affirmed, and when they had to walk away.
Pepperdine’s fitness scene has faced changes with the announcement of a Wellness fee and a new Fitness center projected to be finished in Summer 2022. Pepperdine students consider what these changes mean for them, and the importance of working out in college.
Pepperdine hosted the annual Malibu Reception on April 1, welcoming over 600 admitted students to campus. This event was intended to help admits get to know Pepperdine, and ran from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
In a competitive school such as Pepperdine, it can be easy to either feel the need to put on a front or collapse under the pressure. There is another option though— taking a moment to rest and recuperate.
Since 2016, Pepperdine’s Advancement Center has hosted an annual giving day. As Pepperdine organizations return to in-person operations, Advancement is reevaluating the best way to reach donors across the schools.
Pepperdine’s Straus Institute has created training sessions where professors connect with the larger community. The topics include LAPD conflict resolution, a women’s negotiation workshop and SELPA training.
Pepperdine Men’s Baseball swept their first series against the Villanova Wildcats on Feb.18-20. The Waves are predicted to finish fifth in the WCC and go on to play UCLA on Feb. 22nd.
With Los Angeles acting as host to this year’s Super Bowl, Pepperdine hosted the 22nd Annual Celebrity Sweat Flag Football Challenge. Team T-Mac defeated Team Flutie and musician Tory Lanez was the MVP of the game.
Pepperdine’s four Graduate schools returned to a spring semester of uncertainty. With classes in-person, the schools are finding ways to combine academic rigor, community and safety.