Seaver alumnus Terrelle Sales began his first semester fall 2021 as an assistant professor in the Humanities and Teacher Education Division. Sales said he is excited to return to Pepperdine after his various endeavors in the field of education since graduating in 2008.
After a year and a half of isolation and hardships, the Pepperdine Improv Troupe returned with a bang, giving Waves — both students and faculty alike — an escape from the stresses of the pandemic.
The Pepperdine Theatre program prepares to put on a virtual production of William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It.” Members of the cast and the play’s director, Hollace Starr, discuss the challenges and advantages of performing over Zoom.
The creators of the “Centered on the Arts” podcast talk about the importance of continuing to share art in the wake of COVID-19. The podcast began this summer with the first episode released June 29.
Does a Black life need to be equivocated to an animal for it to be seen as a life that matters? Five unlikely individuals come together in “Polar Bears, Black Boys & Prairie Fringed Orchids” to discuss microaggressions, implicit biases and why a single flower is worth more than a 12-year-old boy’s life.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment introduces Anastasia Condolon, who discusses her passions for performing arts and filmmaking.
More evidence reveals racism at Pepperdine. While this is unfortunately not surprising, it is completely unacceptable.
Pepperdine faculty and staff speak to the support behind the LGBTQ+ community.
Students from the Fine Arts Division unite the Pepperdine community by entertaining viewers from their homes around the country.
Step Team and the Great Books Colloquium form new Songfest groups that join the ranks of Eta Theta Tau, Alpha Omega and Company and reigning champion Gamma Ghkkkkket Sigma and Friends.