Photos by Terra Atwood Pepperdine students and faculty are heading back to school after classes were cancelled and offices were closed on Monday due to inclement weather and intermittent weather conditions. They were notified via email and text message on Monday Jan. 23 at 6 a.m. about the class cancellations. Classes were also cancelled the week before, Friday, Jan. 20, … [Read more...] about Rain Causes Class Cancellations, Road Closures
Photo by Allison Hubbard The Waves made some noise for Gavin DeGraw. The singer gave an acoustic performance to an adoring crowd at Alumni Park on Saturday evening. Students, families and alumni gathered around the temporary stage as they swayed along to DeGraw’s music. Highlights of the concert include his opening act, 2007 alumna Jessica Childress, his intimate … [Read more...] about Gavin DeGraw blows up Alumni
Photo by Vanessa Wang Opa, opa! The Greeks sure know how to have fun. The 15th Annual LA Greek Fest was held in Downtown Los Angeles from Sept. 6 to Sept. 8. There were more than 20 booths featuring carnival games, hot dogs and, most importantly, authentic Greek food. Pepperdine’s International Club organized a mini field trip to the festival on Sept. 8, an activity aimed … [Read more...] about Get him to the Greek festival
Art by Alexander Hayes Debell, Miller, Banowsky, Peppers — is a dorm really a home away from home or is it just what it is, a dorm? Now that school is starting to run on a routine and the initial excitement of college is dying down, many freshmen (and even upperclassmen) are suddenly realizing the reality of college. Homesickness starts to kick in, or at least the longing … [Read more...] about Is it home away from home?