Fourth-year Augusto Alvarez followed big waves to the coast of California from Miami, Florida. He’s been making big waves in the Pepperdine surf community ever since.
Women’s Swim and Dive warms up for Conference Championships with the PSCS Trials on Saturday
Photos courtesy of Robert Radnoti A new team has been added to Pepperdine University’s athletics program. The creation of the Pepperdine women’s indoor track team is a significant addition for the university. There are 16 members comprising the new team, according to Pepperdine cross-country and track captain, Stasia Demick, Sports editor for The Graphic. Men’s […]
Small town Matt Zupan came out West to take advantage of all the outdoor opportunities California offers. His adventure has taken him to the crusting precipices of canyons and back.
Art by Christine Nelson Life & Arts: They say America is the land of opportunity, but I think they mean Life & Arts is the land of opportunity. Or maybe, Life & Arts is America. Either way, there’s a plentitude of opportunity. Want to write about your favorite book? Favorite band? Favorite toilet? (Oh, yes. […]
The racial discrimination occurring across the country places a long overdue call to action upon Pepperdine as a community
Adam Estrin contributes a dedication and sense of humor that make the Waves program a place for athletes to grow and progress mentally and physically to edge out the competition
After four successful years on the court, Marty Wilson clocked in 28 years as assistant coach and commences his fifth season as head coach of the Waves.
Amanda Stevenson’s jump roping career hit new heights as she qualifies to jump in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
German-born alumni becomes valedictorian, CEO and published author.