The University’s lack of dining options hinders students’ accessibility to eat after and during business hours. When Malibu closes up shop for the night, Pepp students are left to their own devices.
Halle Bowe is joined by Karesse Frizell, Myles Dennis, and Diamond Longs to discuss Black student leadership on campus. The four dive into how Pepperdine can continue to support Black students in assimilating into campus life.
Many departments play a role in running Pepperdine and transportation services are no exception. Some of Pepperdine’s most beloved shuttle drivers discuss their day-to-day, outside hobbies and most memorable moments on the ride.
The Fine Print is a weekly column written by Addison Whiten addressing problems at Pepperdine in a lighthearted and real way. This edition addresses some of the complications that come with living in Malibu, though it is nearly a perfect place to be.
Although Pepperdine may boast of its ranking concerning international programs, the school must demonstrate its superiority by providing its study abroad students with an adequate amount of mental health resources. The University must provide more than simply offering a brief counseling trial as the hardships involved with studying abroad may worsen a student’s preexisting mental health issues.
Students discuss their plans for the upcoming winter break. After a unique fall semester, many are ready to relax and travel, while others will continue working and studying.
The ’Bu Yorker strives to tell fun stories from the perspective of a Pepperdine student in a way that engages readers and artists alike.
Three members of the Pepperdine Ambassadors Council speak to what they do and why it’s important, from being a voice for students to working with local businesses. PAC aims to create connections between students, administration and the larger Pepperdine community.
The ‘Bu Yorker strives to tell fun stories from the perspective of a Pepperdine student in a way that engages readers and artists alike.
Pepperdine’s Seaver College Career Center has adjusted to completely remote operations. Students will continue to have opportunities for professional development this semester despite not being on campus.