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A friend, an explorer and a permanent piece of Pepperdine: Scholarship formed to honor late Pepperdine student

January 19, 2017 by Lauren Coughlin, Editor News, School

Cameron Johnson is not a name cloaked in tragedy — Pepperdine University’s Psi Epsilon fraternity has ensured that.

Indeed, Johnson is a subject of great tragedy, having died Jan. 6, 2016, while studying abroad in...

Pepperdine unveils entrepreneur master’s

by Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter News, School

As a new semester launches at Pepperdine, the University’s Graziadio School of Business and Management has announced the formation of the Peate Institute for Entrepreneurship and will implement a master’s of science in entrepreneurship...

Top of the class: Our Lady of Malibu School students earn First Honors

News, School

Our Lady of Malibu School...

Students gain global empathy at Juan Cabrillo assembly

by Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter News, School

They sat quite wide-eyed and amazed as they saw an image of children who lived more than 9,000 miles away from them. 

The children were toiling in a field with oxen on a poster labeled “Work ... or school?”