Students visited San Francisco the weekend of March 18-20 where they learned about a variety of social justice movements. The annual trip featured four groups which discovered different eras and parts of the city.
Sophomore Chris Ganey said he believes Chick-fil-A sauce is the best condiment. He said the mixture of barbecue sauce and honey mustard tastes like perfection.
Meant to provide opportunities to tour campus and form relationships, Year 2 Welcome was offered to second-year students in lieu of a New Student Orientation. With a costly price tag attached, some students share the realities of their unexpected experiences.
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.
SGA needs to bring back The New York Times.
Photos courtesy of Kayla Hall “Since freshman year I’ve definitely learned how to be more independent — especially now since going abroad and coming back. But having my best friends still abroad — It’s forced me to come away from being cliquey.” Kayla Hall, a 19-year-old sophomore and pre-med Sports Administration major with a minor […]
Art by Peau Porotesano OK, serious talk, freshmen: I encourage you to start thinking about whether or not you want the international experience to be a part of your academic experience at Pepperdine. I just returned from a year of living abroad. I went to East Africa for a month last summer, Lausanne for the […]
Photos by Madison Harwell Sophomore Marian Muegge walked the wide streets and narrow alleys of San Francisco’s Chinatown last weekend while a tour guide spoke about the historical area. The tour was part of the Year2Malibu educational trip to San Francisco, in which students visit museums, tour the city and discuss historical movements. The program […]
Pepperdine needs to acknowledge not all students are ready to go abroad.
YES: I think sophomores should live on campus because they are still getting used to the college environment and are at such a young age; they are at the point in life where they still need social and spiritual guidance. Also, since many sophomores go abroad, the students who stay here are able to get an […]