Senior Jayda Kechour realized her love for animals includes removing animal products from her diet. While on her food journey, Kechour discovered her passion to become a regenerative farmer.
Pepperdine uses Christian ideals to inform its sustainability initiatives, yet does not take a stance on climate change. Faculty and students said they believe not taking a position on climate change goes against the University’s mission and science and is damaging to the surrounding area.
Despite committing violent actions, NFL players continue to play and be idolized in the League. Fans and the NFL should hold these players accountable as humans despite their level of athleticism.
After receiving a bid into the NCAA Tournament, the Women’s Volleyball team failed to make it past UCF in the first round. See the tumultuous four-set loss in photos.
Since acquiring the notes of John Peabody Harrington 14 years ago, the Cultural Department of the Santa Ynez Band of Samala Chumash Indians aims to rekindle the ancestors’ culture of living off the land. The group participates in recycling, cleanups and a bustling tribal nursery.
Five students recount their mental illness journey and how it ties in with their faith.
A Pepperdine professor and student research people’s disgust levels when faced with reusing single-use plastics during the COVID-19 pandemic. They will use this research to further the discussion on curbing plastic waste.
Each state has a duty to exemplify their license plates by drawing on their state’s best qualities. In this ranking list, I decide the level of creativity of these states.
Six years into the Malibu Dark Sky project, Pepperdine replaced a third of the ecologically harmful globe lights on campus with outdoor lighting that reflects the ordinance set by the City of Malibu. Once completed, the University will have significantly decreased its sky glow.
After years of dueling administration over equal rights and representation, student demands from the University’s infancy have not been met by the administration in 2020. The diversity journey from Pepperdine’s first all-white class has been tumultuous but has increased overall.