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A familiar sight beloved by Pepperdine students past and present, the curved staircase at the entrance of Payson Library has led thousands of visitors to the vast and limitless opportunities that have enriched their scholarship. As part of the Campus Life Project renovations, in fall 2017 this cavernous entryway will …

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The Pepperdine Perks® Program

The Pepperdine Alumni Association is now offering alumni the opportunity to join the new Pepperdine Perks program. When you register for the program, you’ll be able to save money at thousands of local and national retailers on things you buy every day. These everyday purchases include movie tickets, video rentals, …

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To all of our Step Forward Day volunteers: Thank you!

Pepperdine alumni, parents, family, and friends arrived in droves on Saturday, September 10, to celebrate Pepperdine’s mission at Step Forward Day. This year the Pepperdine alumni community served with 28 nonprofit organizations around the world. Volunteers as young as 5 years old pitched in to assist with tasks such as …

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Alumni Holiday Parties

Leaves are falling, the air is crisper, and Christmas tree farms are beginning to pop up everywhere…the holidays are just around the corner! Celebrate the season and connect with Pepperdine alumni, parents, family, and friends at a holiday party near you. Pepperdine holiday parties have become a treasured tradition for …

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A Slice of History

Since its founding in 1958, Associated Women for Pepperdine (AWP) has diligently dedicated nearly six decades to raising scholarship funds for students. Founded by Pepperdine first lady Helen Young in an effort to form a women’s group to support Pepperdine College, AWP has become famously known for serving pies and …

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Letter from the Editor

How do you define leadership? Some might argue that the term defies definition and is unquantifiable by traditional measures of success. True leadership, while abstract and subjective, is not determined by a company’s organizational chart, but demonstrated in the process of growth by serving others: modeling grace in the face …

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A High-Impact Institution

By Lee Kats Vice Provost for Research and Strategic Initiatives Frank R. Seaver Chair of Natural Science Professor of Biology  Professor of Biology Often when I interview prospective faculty members, I inquire if they know higher education terminology, and specifically if they are familiar with “high-impact practices.” It should not …

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Praising Hymn

Christians from around the world congregated at Stauffer Chapel in Malibu to participate in fellowship and worship by singing sacred hymns a cappella together during The Ascending Voice IV, a three-day choral festival dedicated to uniting an international community of believers through heartfelt music and engaging theological discussions. Pictured: Keith …

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The Pepperdine Perks® Program

The Pepperdine Alumni Association is offering alumni the opportunity to join the new Pepperdine Perks program. Registering for the program will help you save money at thousands of local and national retailers on everyday purchases, such as movie tickets, video rentals, restaurants, toys, car repairs, and even professional services. You will …

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