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Spring 2017

Volume 9   |   Issue 1

Deryck J. van Rensburg - Pepperdine University

The Graziadio School’s new dean reflects on his corporate odyssey and the future of business education

Ronald Reagan and Peggy Grande - Pepperdine Magazine

In her new memoir, Peggy Grande (’89) captures the intimate and inspiring moments she shared with President Ronald Reagan as his right-hand woman for a decade

John Barton - Pepperdine Magazine

As the new director of the Center for Faith and Learning, John Barton helps set the “open table” of Pepperdine’s religious and academic mission

Under the Influence - Pepperdine Magazine

A professor reveals how new societal norms and government regulations are formed through strategic and scientific uses of airtime

Articles

David Baker - Pepperdine Magazine

Law alumnus David Baker (JD ’79) plays an integral role in promoting the values of the NFL and its heroes

DeDe Duncan-Probe - Pepperdine Magazine

A psychologistss lifelong desire to minister to families ignites a higher calling

Lindsay Young - Pepperdine Magazine

At a federal digital consultancy in Washington, DC, School of Public Policy alumna Lindsay Young (MPP ’10) develops data technology inside the government for the government

Katrina Warme - Pepperdine Magazine

After years of talking to God through pen and paper, a visual artist publishes a book that shares her innermost prayers

Lynn Williams - Pepperdine Magazine

Lynn Williams (’15) dominated on the soccer field for Pepperdine. Now she hopes to do the same for the US national team

Chris Howells - Pepperdine Magazine

A psychologist reflects on his experiences as an Air Force officer to develop customized therapy treatments for active-duty military service members

Jane Mi - Pepperdine Magazine

A Pepperdine visiting professor of art serves as Pearl Harbor’s first artist in residence and draws attention to the site’s historic significance

David Weiss - Pepperdine Magazine

A former business major’s deep fascination with the afterlife inspires him to transform painful family hardships into award-winning Hollywood scripts

Seaver College students at baseball stadium - Pepperdine Magazine

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Phillips Theme Tower - Pepperdine Magazine

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