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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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Evolution of a Mascot

1945 to 1950 Roland appeared first in print in the Graphic in 1945. His name is derived from the classic Pepperdine cheer, “Roll on, you Waves!” 1951 Students proposed that Joe the Pelican become the University mascot in an article printed in the Graphic in 1951. 1952 to 1972 “Willie …

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Foreign Ministry

With most undergraduate students at Pepperdine University participating in international programs, many attend student-led house church services on Sunday nights, while others seek spiritual strength and encouragement in different ways. Students are also welcome to participate in mid-week Bible study sessions, along with any other special activities such as worship …

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New Kids on the Brock

Each year, approximately 900 new Waves make their way to the Malibu campus for Seaver College New Student Orientation. During the memorable week-long, activity filled experience, new students participate in beloved traditions like New Student Mugging, Frosh Follies, and My Tie, to name a few. Here are a few highlights from NSO 2015, as memorialized by social media.

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Tapping into Technology

Pepperdine students and staff are finding new ways to achieve their goals through technology. LiveSafe This free safety app enables students, faculty, staff, and visitors to access faster emergency response in distress situations. Features allow users to contact the Pepperdine Department Public Safety to report an incident, request a ride back …

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Cool for School

Here, we rounded up a list of some of this fall’s coolest classes across Pepperdine that, beyond capturing the attention of students itching for more than just another lecture, allow professors to express their own passions and spirit for the subjects.

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