The second day of the three-day 2022 Climate Calling Conference included a keynote address from author Elizabeth Rush on April 7. Rush spoke about her book on rising sea levels, “Rising: Dispatches from the New American Shore,” and how Malibu can adjust to climate change.
Students visited San Francisco the weekend of March 18-20 where they learned about a variety of social justice movements. The annual trip featured four groups which discovered different eras and parts of the city.
Some people are more adept at taking care of plants than others. Staff Writer Melissa Auchard tells the story of how taking care of six plants proved too much for her.
Professor of Music Melanie Emelio began her journey with Pepperdine in 2000. After 22 years, she is retiring.
Baylor University Professor of Social Sciences Byron Johnson spoke at the second President’s Speaker Series on March 14. He is partnering with Pepperdine to research faith and human flourishing with the new Center for Faith and Common Good.
Pepperdine’s Public Relations office held a mountain lion information session in February. Strategies for what to do in case of an encounter with a mountain lion as well as how to avoid mountain lion encounters were the primary focus of the meeting.
As of 2020, 4,673 youth were homeless in Los Angeles, according to the LA Homeless Services Authority. Close to home, the effects of youth homelessness are right here, in Malibu.