Seaver Dean Michael Feltner announced the start of spring 2021 will begin online with tentative plans to reopen for in-person classes later in the semester. In-person classes depend on the ability to house students on campus and current LA County guidelines that restrict Pepperdine’s reopening.
President Jim Gash, Vice President for Student Affairs Connie Horton and Seaver Dean Michael Feltner answered Seaver community questions in a Zoom town hall Dec. 15. Administrators shared tentative plans for spring 2021 as well as provided information on housing, International Programs, the academic calendar and future university communication.
Pepperdine notified their students Wednesday morning that classes will be online for the rest of the semester.
Art by Madeline Duvall With last week’s Pepperdine Graphic Media Town Hall, “Citizen Soldier,” on Thursday, March 8, it is only right that the Pepperdine Graphic staff focus on the important and often-overlooked presence and engagement of student veterans on campus. “Citizen Soldier” was an opportunity for dialogue regarding veterans’ affairs and for some of […]
Art by Madeline Duvall “Community” is one of Pepperdine’s biggest buzzwords. Students hear it used every year and somehow it finds new meaning as time goes on. Whether the “community” restores a garden, stands for unity, or remembers a student, this conglomeration of individuals finds a space to “unite” on one common goal. The world […]
Pepperdine students, faculty and staff came together for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Panel Discussion and Town Hall at Smother’s Theater hosted by Pepperdine Graphic Media on Oct. 3.
Photo by Bryce Hanamoto Rebecca Barboza, Department of Fish and Wildlife biologist, provided students, faculty and staff with more contextual information regarding mountain lions during a session on Feb. 10 in the Fireside Room in response to the recent multitude of mountain lion sightings. Barboza spoke at the session about traits of mountain lions and […]
Homeless issues in Malibu have increased significantly over the past couple of years, and the purpose of this town hall meeting is to inform community members as well as to get them involved in solutions and what can be done in the future.
Graphic by Nate Barton Administration held a town hall meeting for students, faculty or staff who wished to hear more details about the upcoming construction plans at 11 a.m. this Wednesday in Elkins. Vice President of Administration Phil Phillips sent out an email to the Pepperdine community that addressed the concerns people may have and […]
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