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Spring 2020

Volume 12   |   Issue 1

Jim Gash (JD ’93) - Pepperdine Magazine

From Malibu to Masindi, Jim Gash (JD ’93) shares an extraordinary path to the presidency as he becomes the faithful narrator of Pepperdine’s next chapter

Character Training - Pepperdine University

Pepperdine’s commitment to esports prepares students for success in the growing billion-dollar gaming industry

Rick Caruso - Pepperdine Magazine

After building a real estate empire, law alumnus Rick Caruso establishes a new legacy with the largest alumni gift in Pepperdine history


No Stranger - Pepperdine Magazine

Amid the uncertainty, anxiety, and fear surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, the Pepperdine community finds purpose in serving those with the greatest needs

Full Circle - Pepperdine Magazine

A Seaver College senior embarks on a train journey around India in the name of social entrepreneurship

Our Daily Bread - Pepperdine Magazine

Partners across the University unite to address food insecurity on campus

For All You Know - Pepperdine Magazine

Are you comfortable with the idea that you may not have all the answers? A psychology professor tells you why you should be.

A Golden Partnership - Pepperdine Magazine

For nearly 50 years, GSEP’s Foster Grandparent Program has nurtured hearts and minds across generations

Ashley Lahey - Pepperdine Magazine

A Seaver College student-athlete converts time off the court to success on the court

46 Years of Field Notes - Pepperdine Magazine

Biology professor Stephen D. Davis will retire this spring after 46 years of service to the Seaver College Natural Science Division, leaving a legacy of mentorship and ministry

The Butterfly Effect - Pepperdine Magazine

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