Campus Life

Relationship diversity thrives at Pepperdine

A lesbian couple attending Pepperdine isn’t what one would expect from a conservative, Christian university. Yet, Sarah Neiman and Caleigh Howard defied the odds, found each other and fell in love despite numerous obstacles. “My […]

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Lily’s Malibu: 25 years and counting

For Lily Castro, the owner of Lily’s Malibu, it is no coincidence that the word “lily” is symbolic of success. Across the pathway from Bank of Books at the Point Dume Plaza Shopping Center, Castro […]

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Where does tuition go?

Tuition for Seaver College will increase 3.55 percent for the 2015-2016 year, from $23,220 to $24,045 per semester, Dean Michael Feltner announced in an email sent to the undergraduate student body in March. This comes […]


Pepperdine faculty fails in diversity

While Pepperdine University has made great strides on student and staff member diversity, university officials are still struggling to recruit diverse faculty. A limited selection pool of prospective faculty with doctorates, restrictions as a Christian […]


Convo adds pressure to busy students

Sophomore John Lawlor often finds it difficult to fit Convocation into his busy schedule. He is taking a full course load, totaling 18 units, is a member of the cross-country team and pledging the Delta […]