Changing the Game

April 29, 2013  | 1 min read

 

 

 

The Pepperdine community gathered April 6, 2013, for the 37th annual Pepperdine Associates Dinner, "Changing the Game," at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.


Famed quarterback Tim Tebow spoke in conversation with Seaver College alumnus and Fox News Channel correspondent Adam Housley ('94) on topics including his family and faith, courage and competition, and leaving a meaningful legacy.

In his address, President Benton shared a glimpse of Pepperdine's unfolding story through the University's Campus Life Project. "Where does the heart go for an education?" he asked. "Where does excellence find a home?"



"We believe they thrive together in a vibrant learning community, nested in ancient hills, rooted in eternal ideas, and oriented toward the future."Watch President Benton's full address on YouTube.In addition, Pepperdine Regent and Dinner Chair Bui Simon ('96) greeted the audience with her husband, Herb, and Pepperdine displayed the famed Heisman Trophy.

Tim Tebow

 

President Benton

 

Bui Simon