The spring 2010 issue of Pepperdine Magazine salutes global and local community outreach efforts. In his new memoir, president emeritus Bill Banowsky remembers the triumphs and tragedies that brought Pepperdine University to Malibu; in the wake of Haiti’s devastating earthquake, the University community helps heal a bleeding nation; Pepperdine lawyers combat one of Uganda’s most pervasive legal problems; and alumni and faculty share mental health techniques with very public patients on reality television.

Features

Pepperdine lawyers combat one of Uganda's most pervasive legal problems.
In his new memoir, President Emeritus Bill Banowsky remembers the triumphs and tragedies that brought Pepperdine University to Malibu.
Pepperdine alumni and faculty share mental health techniques with very public patients on reality television.
In the wake of Haiti's devastating earthquake, the Pepperdine Community helps heal a bleeding nation.

Snapshot

Founder George Pepperdine has a new, permanent place at the University: overlooking the Mullin Town Square fountain in the middle of the Malibu campus.

Spotlight

Jeff Garner’s eco-designs make social activism a fashion statement.
Michael Zakian, director of the Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art at Pepperdine, presented a lecture to students on spirituality and the origins of abstract art.
Gail Hopkins is in a league of his own.
Martine de Gannes represents Pepperdine and her homeland of Trinidad and Tobago on the golf course.
Coach Curtis Ekmark gives his team a competitive leap to college.
Technologist john shearer brings 25 year of start-up success to the Graziadio School’s entrepreneurship program.
Students invest real dollars for some serious hands-on learning.
Maureen Mungai helps children and families flourish in a small African community.
Visiting scholars Rhonda and Jake Jacobsen take on religion in the academy.

Inside Voices

Our desire is to instill higher standards of success including principles such as giving cheerfully, bearing one another’s burdens, and walking the extra mile for someone else’s benefit.

The Cut

An insider's look at a secluded corner of the Center for Communication and Business.

Editor’s Letter

As we kick off the second volume of Pepperdine Magazine, we salute the visionaries among you, our readers.
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