Tags » Pepperdine

More Romeo and Juliet in college!

There is a contradiction about Romeo and Juliet in America: it is widely performed but little studied in college. The main reason is its elevated position in junior high and high school curriculum, one that rivals… 2,265 more words

Great Books

Starting With Me

“All my life, I’ve always wanted to be somebody, but I see now I should have been more specific.” – Lily Tomlin

Of all its strong selling points, my initial attraction to Pepperdine University School of Law was its Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution. 339 more words

Original Essays

Great Books reading list, 2015-2017

Great Books instructors at Pepperdine typically teach the courses in sequence from I to IV.  There is also an optional course on Asian Great Books alternately taught by three other faculty, and students are most encouraged to take them. 958 more words

Great Books

California (or: Why I'm Going to be Okay)

Ever since I was a little kid I’ve felt this pull towards the state of California. I have very few distinct memories from my childhood, but one of the few that I have is standing in my living room as a very young girl and thinking to myself,  1,024 more words


The 10 best colleges for Division I Men's volleyball

Dig deeper into College Factual’s Men’s Volleyball rankings with this interactive tool:

This embed is invalid

Since its invention in 1895 by William G. Morgan… 296 more words


Cards Are SUPER! (Info on this weekends Super Regionals)

This weekend the Cards did exactly what was expected of them. They took care of business. The Cards are heading to their fifth NCAA Super Regional in last nine years (’07, ’09, ’13, ’14, ’15). 545 more words

Louisville Athletics

Punahou graduate Nomura, Arkansas advance into NCAA Super Regional Round

The NCAA Division I Baseball Championship regionals round continued Sunday with seven Hawai’i high school graduates playing among five different teams looking to advance in their respective regional brackets. 418 more words