As Seaver College students receive International Programs decisions, Graph Host Abby Brown, and Assistant News Editor Fiona Creadon discuss the plans for the future of the Switzerland Program. The future of this IP program is now more important than ever as the university prepares to transition from Maison Du Lac in Lausanne to Chateau d'Hauteville beginning with an official … [Read more...] about The Future of the Switzerland Program
Good News: Treat Yourself
For many people, different seasons bring different emotions. For some, summer is when they thrive — enjoying the sun, surf and warm summer nights. Personally, I feel my best in the fall and winter months. There is something so wonderful about snuggling up in a blanket with some Lipton tea and a good book or movie. That is when I feel my happiest. Maybe being an Angeleno has … [Read more...] about Good News: Treat Yourself
Pepperdine Reveals First Look at New Switzerland Campus
Pepperdine unveiled the first look at the new International Program location in Hauteville on Sept. 13. The campus is expected to open in fall of 2023 wrote Gary Hanson, executive vice president of Pepperdine, in a Sept. 16 email to the Graphic. Photo courtesy of Pepperdine Pepperdine pulled back the curtain on the Chateu D'Hauteville during their new campus unveiling Sept. 13. … [Read more...] about Pepperdine Reveals First Look at New Switzerland Campus
Chris Ganey’s Favorite Condiment Gives Him a Spiritual Experience
Photo by Ryan Brinkman | Photo Editing by Haley Hoidal Eating fast food is a sensational experience for some. It’s a break from routine meals and a chance to eat something greasy, fried and delicious. One way people enhance their fast food dining experience is by using condiments that add an extra oomph to their meal. For sophomore Business Administration major Chris Ganey, … [Read more...] about Chris Ganey’s Favorite Condiment Gives Him a Spiritual Experience
The News: Hurting Instead of Helping?
Photo illustration by Ali Levens Although journalism's primary goal is to inform readers of the news, sometimes reporting on traumatic events harms those who experienced such events. From the Borderline shooting in 2018 to several severe car crashes, Pepperdine is no stranger to events that inflicted hurt and suffering upon the community. These tragedies resulted in … [Read more...] about The News: Hurting Instead of Helping?