Moments can often change the way a person walks through life. Five individuals shared the moments that changed their lives and why they were impactful to them.
After losing their first game 2-3 to BYU on March 25, Pepperdine came roaring back to split the series on March 26. After the series, Pepperdine stands at 12-7 overall.
Rianna Dizon interviews freshman men’s volleyball outside hitter Joe Deluzio about his family and athletic journey.
No. 5 Men’s Volleyball defeated UC Irvine 3-0 at Firestone Fieldhouse on Feb. 9. After losing at UC Irvine on Feb. 11, the Waves enter conference play with a 5-3 record.
It can be hard to adjust to the changes that come with everyday life — especially if one has a laid out plan. Sports Editor Samantha Torre explains that sometimes, it’s best to be in the moment.
After receiving a bid into the NCAA Tournament, the Women’s Volleyball team failed to make it past UCF in the first round. See the tumultuous four-set loss in photos.
Olympic Volleyball Player Kim Hill talks about her journey from Pepperdine to winning Olympic Gold in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Pepperdine alumna Kim Hill won gold with the U.S. Women’s Volleyball team in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and was the first female Olympic gold medalist to graduate from Seaver. Hill visited Pepperdine’s campus for Founder’s Day 2021 and sat down with the Graphic to share her story.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment introduces Lauren Wideen, a first-year Sports Medicine major who is passionate about sports and hopes to be a physician assistant in the future.
No. 5 Men’s Volleyball beat No. 9 Grand Canyon University Antelopes in three back-to-back match ups in Firestone the weekend of March 26-28. The Waves remain third in conference and will play their senior night March 31 in Malibu against UCLA.