Pepperdine Theatre Department’s Fresh Take on a Shakespeare Classic
The murders of reporters such as Jamal Khashoggi reflect the growing threat to those involved with the media and how truth itself is in peril.
Art by Caitlin Roark Pepperdine students either have meal points, or they need them. The coveted points have long been a controversial topic on Pepperdine’s campus, and some students remain dissatisfied with the school’s policies. Valuable meal points end up going to waste, as students often mistakenly purchase meal plans that are too large for […]
Art by Caitlin Roark Recently, mass shootings are almost commonplace in the United States. In 2017, the United States experienced 346 shootings, almost one a day, according to Courtland Jeffrey in his article “Mass shootings in the U.S: When, where they have occurred in 2018,” published Aug. 27 by ABC15 Arizona. When news headlines announce […]
Celebrities’ backing of environmental causes encourages change in Malibu and beyond.
Photos Courtesy of Kira Brown Pepperdine’s Theatre Department kicked off the 2018 spring semester with a production of the dark, Victorian-era drama “Hedda Gabler,” written by Henrik Ibsen and directed by Pepperdine Professor Scott Allen Smith. The show premiered at the Lindhurst Theatre on Jan. 23 and ran to Jan. 27. Itsstory details the inner […]
Photos by Arthur Puu Pepperdine Men’s Basketball returned home following a disappointing road trip to pick up their first West Coast Conference win against rival Loyola Marymount, 71-70 on Thursday, Jan. 25, but fell to Santa Clara, 73-59 on Saturday, Jan. 27. On the road trip in Northern California prior to the two-game homestand, the […]
Photos by Cici Liu Dancer and celebrity trainer Simone De La Rue, who is currently on the show “Revenge Body with Khloe Kardashian,” on E! network, came to Pepperdine Thursday, Jan. 25 to lead a morning dance cardio class for students at Alumni Park. “I wanted to give all the girls a break from their […]
Photos by Lawrence Liu Psi Upsilon’s 12th annual “Psi U Think You Can Dance” philanthropy included crowd surfing, gyrating hips and a whole lot of support for Conquer Paralysis Now. Psi Upsilon’s annual dance competition took place in the Waves Café on Friday, Jan. 26 from 8 to 10 p.m. The event consisted of 12 […]
Art by Peau Porotesano There’s an aspect of charisma that rules Capitol Hill. Representatives, both in the House and Senate, work to impress a certain group of voters and will focus their efforts on pleasing that particular pool of people: their constituents. With the mid-term election approaching in November, it is important to start paying […]