Small college brings big change

Diversity. So tangible, yet so difficult to grasp. Universities are constantly working toward greater diversity in the student body and in the faculty because it enhances academic discussion, promotes experiential learning and equips students to […]


Pepperdine aims to equip students of all faith

Pepperdine is a Christian institution. Students know this even before they decide to enroll. But to what extent is Christianity a part of the university’s academic experience? A fall 2013 survey of 60 undergraduates indicated […]


Making religion classes comfortable for all

Pepperdine’s religion professors walk a tightrope when instructing students in Religion 101, 102 and 301. With approximately 78 percent of undergraduates adhering to Christian denominations, many people in Pepperdine’s mandatory religious GEs said they feel […]

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Where’s my Posse at?

When freshman Posse Scholar Eboni Lee thought about college, she never dreamt she would be able to attend one across the country. The D.C. native had lived in one place her whole life and moving […]

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Becoming a Wave

Walking into Waves Cafe, anxiety runs through the veins of a transfer student. “Will there be anyone I know?” the student asks herself, turning the corner and searching for a friendly face. New Student Orientation […]