Lisa Zaar recently won the Audi Danderyd Open in Sweden on the weekend of Aug. 20. Zaar has continued to compete in organized tournaments despite COVID-19.
An inside look behind Pepperdine’s governing body.
Chloe Boudames: actor, model, creator of her own magazine, student body president, photographer, full-time student and more, comments on how to properly find balance between school and extracurricular life.
Pepperdine Seniors attended President Andrew K. Benton’s last Rock the Brock as university president.
Graphic by Nate Barton A few weeks prior to graduation, nostalgic self-reflection has brutally ousted all work ethic. One productive outcome of my slight emotional instability — besides making academic stress seem comparatively small — is that it’s made me think back on my time at Pepperdine critically. I think more about the words I’ve […]
Photo Courtesy of Angela Kappus The Student Philanthropy Council has officially opened up applications for the next academic year. The application opened early last week, and the final deadline to apply is Monday, Feb. 29. According to the Student Philanthropy Council’s application-requirements page, SPC is a student-led organization that strives to embody Pepperdine’s motto of […]
Photo by Marisa Padilla Head Coach Laurie Gibbs took the helm of the women’s golf team 21 years ago. “They say you can tell a lot about a person’s character by going out and playing golf with them,” Gibbs said. During her time, she has taken a low-funded program and made it a national powerhouse. […]
Art by Sacha Irick Where is that again?”— a question commonly asked of us when we tell people we go to school at Pepperdine. “Ooooh Malibu, that’s nice.” People don’t automatically associate Pepperdine with Malibu, as opposed to schools like UCLA and Chapman University that are synonymous with Los Angeles and Orange County. Somehow, the […]
Photo Courtesy of Deborah Armstrong Five Pepperdine students and staff members headed to Sacramento on March 11 to protest a proposed cut to Cal Grant awards for students who attend private schools like Pepperdine. Their trip was part of the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities’ “Day in the Capitol.” The California Legislature and Gov. Jerry […]
Art by Sacha Irick When I walked onto campus a mere three weeks ago for New Student Orientation and looked at the view from Alumni Park, I had to laugh at myself. Here I was, coming from my home town in Kailua, Hawaii, to go to school in Malibu, Calif. It seemed I was simply […]