After seven reported incidents of sexual misconduct on campus, the University speaks out
I didn’t have a Thanksgiving this past fall. Sure, I had turkey and pie, but I was spending so much time thinking about what I’d lost – what those around me had lost – that I forgot to reflect on what I had to be thankful about. The massive tryptophan-heavy meal served only to fuel […]
Every drug addiction has an impact that extends beyond the individual battling this dependency, but pregnant women must consider the possible effects their decisions have on their developing children.
With these two reports, the total of sexual crimes on campus reported this semester rises to seven
The search committee released the three finalists for the IP Dean position on Tuesday, Feb. 5
Firefighters recall protecting communities against the Woolsey Fire while their own homes were in danger
On a campus distinguished by its variety of perspectives, backgrounds and opinions, worship holds a multitude of definitions.
It had been a long day, and I was ready for bed. Moisturizing routine? Done. Teeth brushed? Check. Homework done? Somehow, yes. However, sleep was not in the cards for me. I returned to my room to see it – a huge black spider crawling up the wall abutting my bed. I’m not afraid of […]
Art by Ally Armstrong This past week, the Pepperdine Presidential Search Committee announced the five finalists for the position. Within 24 hours, the Freedom Wall exhibited a display regarding the lack of racial and gender diversity within the finalist pool. Out of the five individuals, all of them are White and only one of them, […]
Chaplain Sara Barton writes about the resilience of Waves and the importance of peace, hope and joy in the midst of tragedy.