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Spring 2019

Volume 11   |   Issue 1

President Andrew K. Benton - Pepperdine Magazine

From his formative years in Kansas to his final days in Malibu, President Andrew K. Benton’s legacy of leadership casts a long shadow on the future of Pepperdine

In Case of Emergency - Pepperdine Magazine

After enduring a devastating local mass shooting and a destructive wildfire, the Pepperdine community works together to demonstrate its capacity for resilience

Passport to Pepperdine - Pepperdine Magazine

A decades-long passion for assisting international students inspires an administrator to develop new programming at Pepperdine to ease the transition to college life in the US


Cross Examination - Pepperdine Magazine

Seaver College students reflect on how a nine-day Pepperdine experience for high schoolers guided them to explore their calling

Love in Limbo - Pepperdine Magazine

A relationship expert explores some of the most common struggles and solutions that singles encounter in pursuit of romance

Culture Chameleon - Pepperdine Magazine

Scholars examine the impact of new leadership on an organization

Color Story - Pepperdine Magazine

A young entrepreneur takes the reins of the family business and lends his own personal style to an iconic brand

Sweeping the Nation - Pepperdine Magazine

A logistics company founded by a group of former Seaver College student-athletes offers a first-of-its kind service for the dockless scooter industry

Screen Saver - Pepperdine Magazine

A GSEP alumna provides parents with the resources and the support to live a screenless lifestyle

Debby and Andrew K. Benton - Pepperdine University

Whether in quiet moments with undergraduate students or during public appearances with global figures, President Andrew K. Benton has left an indelible mark on Pepperdine history

A note of thanks from the Pepperdine Magazine staff to President Benton

Pepperdine Magazine is the feature magazine for Pepperdine University and its growing community of alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends.



Inside Voices

“[Suffering] provides communities with opportunities to demonstrate how much they care with true kindness and generosity.”

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