Photo by Symphony Barnes Pepperdine supporters across the world helped raise more than $500,000 for the university on March 8, during Give2Pepp, Pepperdine’s first online fundraising event. The giving day — which actually spanned a total of 37 hours, designed to honor the university’s founding in 1937 and to ensure that every time zone had […]
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Photo by Symphony Barnes Starting this year, Pepperdine’s incoming Biology students have the opportunity to be a part of a new Natural Science Division program, First-Year Students As Scholars (SAS). The program enrolls first-year Biology majors in one of four different first-year seminar courses. The first of the four seminar options is “Plant Adaptation to […]
Art by Peau Porotesano When people think of ocean conservation, they probably think of preventing problems like ocean pollution through efforts like beach clean ups and using reusable bags instead of plastic. While ocean pollution is indeed a major issue, with every square mile of ocean containing 46,000 pieces of plastic, according to an article […]
Art by Christopher Chen Growing up, most of us went to zoos, aquariums and the circus. Maybe many of us also went to SeaWorld. Several of us probably thought it was cool to see animals up close. Many probably thought it was fun to watch them perform and do tricks. But many of us didn’t […]