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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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Pillar of the Community You are such an inspiration. Congratulations on all your accomplishments and future endeavors. May the Lord continue to bless you. —Dorothy Yell I am glad to have found out about this woman, Linda Forster, and the important work she has done and continues to do. —Barb …

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Letter from the Editor

What do you want to be when you grow up? The ubiquitous question is one that has the potential to either stump youngsters on the cusp of adulthood or stimulate their progress, goal planning, and discovery. In the case of the members of the Pepperdine community profiled in this issue of …

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Letter from the Editor, Spring 2016

Unplugging. The concept seems so foreign in a digital age when we are constantly connected and feel a need to be available and “on” at all times. And, yet, when we experience moments of disconnection, when we quiet the buzzing and humming of the devices on which we have come …

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Semper Fortis I feel very proud to know this man. I, too, served in the U.S. Navy and it warms my heart to see Billy do so much for others after his discharge. He is truly an inspiration to so many. Keep up the good work, old friend. —Michael Bates We are so proud …

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The beginning of the academic year is always an invigorating time to be working on a college campus. The summer lull turns into the fall rush, as returning students bring with them the memories  from their summer activities, faculty members polish their new lesson plans, and new members of the University community brace themselves for the exciting possibilities awaiting …

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A Star is Born So proud to be a Pepperdine alum when reading this article. I had seen the film earlier this year and recommended it to many friends. What an inspiration. —Kevin Schultz (MBA ‘80) Justice For All A brilliant speaker with immense knowledge and a very bright future …

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Letter from the Editor

Far from home, but close to the heart. With each issue of Pepperdine Magazine, we aim to introduce you, our readers, to a cross section of the University community in order to nurture your connection to your alma mater, no matter the distance. Our mission is to reach you, wherever …

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Letters to the Editor

Thanks for the kind write-up. I’m so honored to have a wealth of talent surrounding me, driving the whole company forward into the great unknown. #GoWaves – Alec McNayr (’00)

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