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Letter From the Editor (Spring 2015)

In a video commemorating the close of the Campaign for Pepperdine, University regent and Seaver College parent John Pleuger explains that the size of an institution is not directly related to the size of the dreams that are born within it.

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Letters to the Editor

Thank you, Dr. Rowe, for sharing your grandfather’s story and spirit that I hope will further the healing process for people of African American descent through vehicles such as Emotional Emancipation Circles.

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Letter from the Editor (Spring/Summer 2014)

Pepperdine Law professor Kris Knaplund counts these words of wisdom from Mark Twain among her favorite quotes: “The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” In this issue of Pepperdine Magazine, we’re exploring that second, crucial day …

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Letter from the Editor (Fall 2013)

“If we’re going to have an effect on the community, we have to be a part of the community.” GSEP student and World Impact COO Romney Ruder believes he is best able to serve Angelenos in need by living and working among them, tightly knit into the South Los Angeles …

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Letters to the Editor

I continue to enjoy Pepperdine Magazine. Great breadth of articles enthusiastically written with accompanying relative photographs. As a retiree from Pepperdine (Communication Division, ‘07), I am kept up-to-date about the “buzz” of Pepperdine—students, faculty, administrators, and departments—which is impressive. Though my wife and I live on an island in the …

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Letters to the Editor

Science on Fire Good to see this study in print. I did get interested in it when my husband and I were there. Loved hearing what Anna has done with her studies. Stephen Davis, your students are lucky to have you. Would have loved to have studied with you. Your …

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