Intercultural Communication Student Cecilia Arteaga Wins Prestigious Hispanic Public Relations Association Scholarships

Seaver College senior Cecilia Arteaga was recognized by the Hispanic Public Relations Association, Los Angeles chapter (HPRA-LA) as the winner of the HPRA-LA Scholarship and Esther Renteria Community Service Scholarship at the 32nd annual PRemio Awards and Scholarship Gala. The HPRA-LA Scholarship Program supports students of Hispanic descent as they …

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Spring Training

Perched atop the vast, almost endless Camelback Ranch baseball facility in Glendale, Arizona, Seaver College students have traveled to hear baseball history come alive through the real-life stories, names, and numbers shared by Ned Colletti, senior advisor to the president of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Read more about this unique mentorship …

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Live Like Kings

Los Angeles Waves alumni received memorabilia from LA Kings alumni, heard the Royal LA Kings Experience on February 18, 2017, at STAPLES Center where the LA Kings faced off against the Florida Panthers. Before the game, alumni and friends were treated with a Shot on Goal experience, hitting the ice …

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Pepperdine Family Camp

Peek inside a day in the life of Pepperdine Family Camper Meriam Hansen (’91, JD ’95) during last year’s fun! 7:30 AM – I woke up to a fresh ocean breeze filling the room and grabbed a hot cup of coffee from the Hospitality Lounge before making my way to enjoy breakfast …

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Pillar of Pepperdine

The monumental cross that warmly greets Pepperdine community members, friends, and guests alike is called the Phillips Theme Tower, a structure that captures the University’s fervent spiritual focus present throughout the Malibu campus. The vast tower is also an illustrious landmark abundant with rich institutional history and little-known fun facts shared here. Construction of the tower …

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Letter from the Editor

Think of the last time you cried in a movie theatre. I will admit that in the anonymity of a dark room full of strangers, I often succumb to a well-timed swelling of a score or a heartbreaking moment of truth that finally reveals itself onscreen after 90 minutes of excruciating buildup. I …

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Cultural Counsel - Pepperdine Magazine

Cultural Counsel

A clinical psychology program at the Graduate School of Education and Psychology has graduated its first cohort of students trained to work with Latina/o families and communities.

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