A fatal car accident near Carbon Canyon on PCH on Friday, Sept. 17, killed Thousand Oaks resident Erik Berg. An employee of Millworks by Design, Berg had been working on a multimillion-dollar home at the time of his death.
Pepperdine validated each of its five schools’ vaccination rates across students, faculty and staff. The resulting numbers
DPS Daily Crime Log and Fire Report revealed eight thefts in the Thornton Administration Center reported between July 29 and Aug. 25. All crimes are pending further investigation, according to DPS.
Pepperdine is building a new parking lot to replace the track and baseball lots. The new space is set to open August 2022 and will provide the University with additional underground storage as well.
Pepperdine misquoted its student COVID-19 vaccination rate, as released in a Sept. 10 email. The real number hovers in the low 80s, but the University had previously reported a 96% vaccination rate of its on-campus students.
It’s been 18 months since the Graphic has published a regular print edition. Sept. 10 marks a restart for the newspaper, returning to the classic print format.
Eight Pepperdine athletes competed in the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. Three alumna earned medals at the games in women’s soccer, women’s tennis and women’s volleyball — the most female Pepperdine medalists in a single Olympics to date.
In an Aug. 11 email to Pepperdine community members, the University mandated weekly COVID-19 testing to those authorized to be on campus. Students, faculty and staff on the Malibu campus can expect to spit weekly to ensure campus safety.
Pepperdine’s Encino Graduate Campus will close May 2022, at the end of the building’s lease. Operations will transition to Calabasas and West LA campuses.
Pepperdine’s Housing and Residence Life is facing capacity issues with a large incoming first-year class and a higher-than-normal number of sophomores staying in Malibu. Housing Director Robin Gore explained some of the problems and solutions the University is looking to implement for the fall.