There is a fine line between inspiration and imitation for artists. Where do Pepperdine students draw it for themselves?
Cities all around the United States have set up clean needle exchanges as a way to combat diseases and give those struggling with addiction an outlet to feel safe/seek help.
Photo courtesy of Ron Hall In the early hours of Nov. 7, freshman Ashley Mowreader and her suitemates were huddling in the lobby of their Debell F Suite next to a police scanner. News of a shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks broke around 11:30 p.m. Their friend and suitemate Alaina […]
SGA opens the door for student input
The clubs goal is to connect students to nonprofit organizations with volunteer opportunities in Uganda.
Two corporate executives are set to serve on Board of Regents
Photos by Nicole Spafford A man opened fire in a Texas church Nov. 5 and killed 26 people, just five weeks after the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history that killed 59 in Las Vegas. Six days earlier, a man drove a truck into a bike path in Manhattan, killing at least eight and […]
Photo by Allison Lee The Student Government Association is one step closer to their long-term plant to put printers in Lovernich Commons and Towers. HRL director Maura Page said she met with SGA President Austin Welch and Vice President of Administration Dylan Sacenti this semester to discuss time frames of installation. Welch said he plans […]
Photo courtesy of the Body Project The Body Project is back for its third year to combat societal pressures and empowering young women at Pepperdine. The peer-led program aims to deconstruct the “thin ideal” and promote body acceptance in small group settings. Each group meets for two, two-hour sessions that began Wednesday, Nov. 1 and […]
Photos by Brandon Grinovich Pepperdine’s 80th annual Founder’s Day celebration called on students, past and present, to remember the foundation on which our university is built. “Age 80 is surely a good time for reflection,” President Andrew K. Benton said in his address. “In their lives of goodness, rightness and even oughtness our students touch […]