Laurie Nelson has retired after a 50-year tenure at Pepperdine. Nelson highlights her time with interacting with students and aiding them with their goals.
Fraternity Psi Upsilon hosted their annual Psi U Think You Can Dance event March 23. The event brought together campus teams to raise awareness for Conquer Paralysis Now.
New tenure-track Communication Professor Jaz Gray uses her past life and career experiences to inspire students. After working in the entertainment industry, Gray said she realized she wanted to help students in more ways than one.
John Taden is an International Studies professor from Ghana on the tenure-track. Taden said his broad knowledge on African and global issues will benefit students in their lives after Pepperdine.
The annual trip to San Francisco was postponed over concerns of COVID-19. The trip aimed to educate students on social justice movements and provide an opportunity to travel.
SWAB’s annual Stick or Treat flu vaccine took place Oct. 28, to help make flu vaccines more easily accessible. Newly vaccinated students received free food and candy and were able to talk to other clubs at the event aiming to help Waves keep healthy during the flu season.
WSCUC has closed student interviews and completed their virtual visit to Pepperdine on Oct 21. Students shared their voices at these interviews and through emails to help shape the upcoming WSCUC report on Pepperdine’s accreditation status.
News Staff Writer William Bacon shares how he’s been able to embrace the uncertainty of his post-graduation future. With seniors hustling to complete their final classes at Pepperdine, the thought of life after University fills conversation.