Why you should download Tidal, Jay Z’s new business venture.
Cesar Uribe has been at Pepperdine for 14 years working in IT and spreading smiles.
Photo by Alysha Tsuji From floppy disks (remember those?) to the Creative Cloud, Adobe products have evolved in the past 25 years. One student, senior Austin Dixon, will represent the company and its evolution on Pepperdine’s campus. Three weeks ago, Adobe selected Dixon as its spring 2015 student representative. His duties span from running workshops […]
Kanye acts out in defense of art and culture.
Art by Alysha Tsuji My relationship with Drake is a lot like my relationship with my senior year. A week ago, I didn’t like Drake. I never caught on to the fan craze. “Thank Me Later,” “Take Care,” “Nothing Was The Same” — none of it captivated me. Whenever someone said, “Drake,” all I could […]
Intramural basketball rules regulate that each team must play three women and points are worth extra. Does a leg up feel like foul play?
Photo by Marisa Padilla Club Rugby faced off against former Pepperdine ruggers Nov. 8 at 1 p.m. on Alumni Field in its annual alumni game. According to team captain senior Soobin Kang, about 40 alumni showed up to play, “ including ruggers who have traveled from Dubai while playing in the United Arab Emirates professional […]
Photo by Allison Hubbard Men’s and women’s Pepperdine cross country both finished ninth at the WCC Championships on Saturday in Sunnyvale, California. For the women, junior Katie Engel led in 30th place overall. For the men, freshman Kevin Maeda led, finishing 51st overall. Engel said the team faced “a lot of adversity” going into the […]
Photos by Marisa Padilla A knot sits in the stomachs of the majority of the baseball team. This past summer, the Waves suffered a heartbreaking 6-5 postseason loss to TCU in Game three of the Super Regional. They were one win away from reaching the Collegiate World Series. “Every returner has that feeling in their […]
Art by Sacha Irick It’s such well-trimmed green grass that it looks fake. Perfectly manicured, colored as bright as an avocado, just begging to be frolicked on. Typically it’s occupied by families with small children, students tossing frisbees and club sports teams. But this year, things changed. Now, no one is allowed to set foot […]