Songfest 2017: All Aboard! Songfest is Pepperdine’s longest-standing tradition. This mini-musical variety show has been a meaningful and enriching experience for alumni, students, faculty, and staff. Each year, students have the opportunity to create an original show centered around a theme. Students spend weeks rehearsing to present their show to the Pepperdine community. During rehearsal […]
Inter-Club Council partnered with the Student Programming Board to host an in-person club fair for clubs and organizations this past Friday Feb.18. Developing clubs and organizations had a chance to gain exposure and increase membership.
The Board brought back board buddies for a second semester. The program allows students to expand their social network by connecting upperclassmen with underclassmen to attend the Board’s events and do other off-campus activities together. Upper level students in the program also have a chance to mentor younger students and serve as leaders in the Pepperdine community.
For eight years, Global Learning Week has been a Pepperdine tradition to celebrate, encourage and teach cross-cultural understanding both on and off campus, said Greg Muger, director of the International Programs Malibu Office. With six events throughout the week of Jan. 24-28, students participated in activities and discussions to broaden their global knowledge.
Alexander Payne hosts the first “Pepp in Your Step” episode at the Hydrate and Paint event at Seaside.
It’s spooky season — but Pepperdine must be tricking us because there is no Halloween spirit. Pepperdine needs to treat its community to a more Halloween -esque atmosphere.
CoffeeHouse has long been a Pepperdine tradition for students to relax, drink coffee and enjoy live music. Now that students have returned to campus, the Board planned the first in-person CoffeeHouse since the start of COVID-19.
The Board hosted its first virtual Pacific Sounds Music and Art Festival on April 19-24. Pepperdine artists showcased their pieces and musicians from both the outside and Pepperdine community performed throughout the week.
The Freshman Senate created the Freshmen Olympics, with the help of the Student Programming Board, to be a competitive bonding event between first-years. The senate and the Board hope to foster community between the students and possibly recreate this experience in person in the future.
Black Student Association continues to adjust to the online world for its members. Whether online or in-person, BSA will never stop diversifying the Pepperdine community.