This issue honors alumni who have made significant impacts in their local communities. Linda Forster (’90) has dedicated her career to helping improve the disadvantaged community of South Los Angeles; Jose Egurbide (JD ’95) develops a nationally recognized restorative justice program for the City of Los Angeles; and Almis Udrys (MPP ’01) transforms political buzzwords into action for the City of San Diego.

 

Features

A documentary filmmaker joins the new Seaver College graduate program in cinematic media production.
A psychology professor and his former graduate student team up to develop an app that enables users to access cognitive-behavioral therapy in the palm of their hands.
By her teenage years, Linda Forster (’90) had already made an impact on the disadvantaged community of South Los Angeles.
Following four decades of military service, General Robert Neller receives an official order that changes the course of his life.

Snapshot

Brie Carroll (’09) made Waves history when she achieved record-breaking stats on the women’s track team as a Seaver College student.

Spotlight

A School of Law alumnus develops a nationally recognized restorative justice program for the City of Los Angeles.
An All-American and international athlete trains a women’s tennis team for the Pan American Games.
A Seaver College alumnus launches an experiential marketing company that bridges the gap between music labels, artist, and fans.
Almis Udrys (MPP '01) transforms political buzzwords into action for the City of San Diego.
Every winter, Pepperdine’s student ministers and leaders gather in retreat for restoration, renewal, and agape community.
Organization development master’s-degree student Paul Sohn pits career versus calling for the ambitious 20-something Christian in his new book, Quarter-Life Calling.
Volleyball star Kim Hill (’12) trains for her biggest achievement yet: the Olympic games with Team USA.
A risky foray into the world of fashion helped a Graziadio School of Business and Management alumnus discover a world of possibilities.

Inside Voices

As one of America’s top 40 private institutions and one of the top 10 Christian institutions, we are even closer to George Pepperdine’s vision of what Pepperdine University should be: first-class academics in a strong Christian environment.

The Cut

With most Seaver College students participating in international programs, many attend student-led house church services, while others seek spirituality strength in different ways.

Editor’s Letter

Unplugging. The concept seems so foreign in a digital age when we are constantly connected and feel a need to be available and “on” at all times.
In the last two issues we asked readers to share how they experience Pepperdine Magazine.