Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment introduces Jacob Piccuito, a transfer student originally from Boston, Mass., who is studying Business Administration with goals to work as a general manager for a pro sports team.
COVID-19 is changing the outlook of collegiate fall sports. The groups involved all have something different at stake, from the athletes, universities and the NCAA.
Pepperdine Men’s Golf brings a loaded roster into the 2019–2020 season, and the rest of the nation is on alert.
As hosts of the 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship West Regional, Pepperdine students get the opportunity of a lifetime.
From his career in baseball to teaching at Pepperdine, Ned Colletti has done it all. In his latest book, “The Big Chair,” he shares his 36-year career as a baseball executive.
Despite this season’s ups and downs, the BYU Cougars are evolving into a more well-rounded team
Photo by Jenna Aguilera Along with undertaking the expected busy schedule of a college student, junior Hannah Choe also deals with disabilites. Choe was diagnosed with Albinism. Since she was born she has been visually impaired, which is a side effect of the albinism. She wore glasses from when she was three-years-old to when she […]
The word “sport” conjures up images of chiseled athletes, screaming coaches and passionate fans. Here in the land of Lakers Nation, specifically, Jack Nicholson and Rob Fukuzaki may come to mind. However, the billion dollar sports industry involves more than just the people on the court or on television. An abundance of careers exists within […]