With the Pepperdine campus beginning to reopen and Los Angeles County loosening COVID-19 restrictions, students break out their spring wardrobes. Three stylish Pepperdine students discuss their unique styles, favorite spring trends and their biggest fashion inspirations.
Pepperdine’s new proctoring system monitors more than just exams. After reading the fine print, it is clear students’ personal information is in jeopardy.
After Pepperdine shut down its study abroad offerings for fall 2020, many students had to change their plans. The directors of each international program, however, are doing the same.
Last week, the NCAA suspended the championships for all of their winter and spring sports. The decision affects 10 of Pepp’s Division 1 teams.
The Waves are off to a good start in the spring season, going 4–0 in dual matches.
The Student Government Association met to discuss their plans for the spring semester.
I didn’t have a Thanksgiving this past fall. Sure, I had turkey and pie, but I was spending so much time thinking about what I’d lost – what those around me had lost – that I forgot to reflect on what I had to be thankful about. The massive tryptophan-heavy meal served only to fuel […]
The sun has reemerged, the flowers at Point Dume are in bloom and the butterflies have started their migration. It looks like that groundhog was right: Spring is coming. Spring back home in Seattle means the grass has regained its green hue, the trees are growing new leaves, the birds have begun to sing again […]
Curious what your friends, peers, and AKB are excited about this new semester? CHECK OUT OUR FIRST GNEWS VIDEO OF 2019!
The 2019 spring admits face an unusual circumstance coming to Pepperdine after the tragedies last semester