People should take advantage of new ancestry technologies and databases.
Marvel and DC’s “expanded universes” are hurting Hollywood’s creativity
The administration should engage the student body to find a replacement statue that represents Pepperdine’s values.
The Freedom Wall continues to be misused and underappreciated by students
Steve Nicolaides talked in front of a packed crowd at Elkins Auditorium about his experiences with the film
Pepperdine Professor Jeffrey Schultz reads from his second poetry collection, Civil Twilight, which won the National Poetry Series
The Pepperdine Volunteer Center kicks off its fifth year of collaboration with Hand in Hand at Malibu Jewish Center and Synagogue
With a Pepperdine senior behind the scenes, the annual Griffith Park Free Shakespeare Festival finishes with a bang
Professor Timothy Snyder finds disturbing parallels with the Trump administration and 20th century authoritarianism in his new book ‘On Tyranny.’
The tragic Jan. 29 military raid in Yemen shows urgent need for checks on executive power in foreign policy decisions.