Pepperdine hosted a back-to-back commencement ceremony weekend to honor the Class of 2020 and 2021. The University chose to postpone the Class of 2020 ceremony from last spring.
With daunting headlines and emotional stories, sometimes the news hurts people. Many Pepperdine students have found themselves in the breaking news spotlight during events such as the Borderline shooting and PCH car crashes, when some experienced insensitive encounters with the media.
Pepperdine facilities open back up as LA County restrictions are lifting. Students must follow Pepperdine’s daily COVID-19 protocols in order to keep other students safe and healthy.
The city of Malibu typically benefits from college students supporting local businesses and restaurants. With students gone due to COVID-19, tourism in Malibu kept many businesses afloat.
A Pepperdine visiting professor throws himself into contention for California governor. The campaign announcement arrives as the recall movement for the current Gov. Gavin Newsom continues to heat up.
Pepperdine undergraduates appear to maintain diverse political opinions with students identifying on all sides of the political spectrum. Do these numbers accurately reflect the political culture on campus?
Student workers juggle Zoom classes as well as remote work, which poses new challenges that affect student employment roles this semester.
The 2020–2021 SGA election resulted in an Executive Board met without any running competition. The Executive Board members share their excitement about finding creative ways to virtually connect with students.
Pepperdine and Malibu reflect on the Woolsey Fire in preparation for the upcoming 2020 wildfire season.