Assistant Photo Editor Sammie Wuensche (far left) poses in front of the Iguazu Falls with fellow Buenos Aires Upper Division students Lauren Hinson, Stephanie Chan, Anna Mulder, Brooke Bain, Paulina Gandara and Isabella Mendoza. The students visited the falls during their Educational Field Trip. Photos by Sammie Wuensche The beautiful cadences of the Spanish language surround … [Read more...] about Querida Argentina
Photo by Ryan Brinkman | Photo Editing by Haley Hoidal For junior English and Hispanic Studies double major Sammie Wuensche, her biggest passion was not learned by experience; it was and is part of her family heritage. Wuensche is Indigenous on her mother’s side and has spent the majority of her life inspired by her ancestry with the desire to make Indigenous voices heard. … [Read more...] about Using Her Family Heritage for Good: How Sammie Wuensche Teaches Others About Being Indigenous
When fondly reminiscing about on-campus life, many Seaver students reflected on interactions with Pepperdine staff. With all the changes happening at the University as we return to campus — including new departments, new faces and new guidelines to follow — there is comfort in knowing that many of these familiar individuals have also come back to Pepperdine. For … [Read more...] about Good News: People Who Make Pepp Home
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Pictured: Sammie Wuensche. Photo illustration by Anastasia Condolon When one first learns a loved one has died, it can feel overwhelming, perhaps unforeseen — like getting lost in a tidal wave. One might be out in the ocean for a while feeling disoriented and confused. Over time, memories of the loved one come back, sometimes unexpectedly — even when the water appears to … [Read more...] about Healing Comes in Waves: The Grieving Process and Honoring the Lives of Loved Ones