Table of Contents Editor’s Note Woolsey Fire Art Exhibition at City Hall Unites and Strengthens the City of Malibu A Year into Alaina’s Voice with Father and Co-Founder Arik Housley Coming Back from Abroad A Senior’s Side of the Story First Responders Honored for One-Year Anniversary of Malibu Tragedies at W. Soccer Game Students Respond […]
Where We Stand: One Year Later
Alaina Housley’s suitemates reflect on grief, hope and healing over the last year.
A Malibu resident who lost her home in the Woolsey Fire is almost done rebuilding. But, this is not the case for most in Malibu.
Dawn Megli, a reporter for the Thousand Oaks Acorn, writes profiles on the survivors and the families of the victims of the Borderline Shooting.
The Graphic hopes to provide insight “into where some of our community stands one year after our world completely changed.”
“Radical Beauty, Malibu Rising” is a collaborative local art exhibition revealing the beauty of community in wake of the Woolsey Fire.
As the one-year anniversary of Alaina Housley’s death during the Borderline Shooting approaches, students abroad in Florence reflect on who would have been one of their fellow travelers.
As the anniversary of last fall’s tragedies approaches, the university plans events to help students heal and promote resilience, and students reflect on how the university continues to influence the community.
One year after tragedy struck the Borderline Bar and Grill, the Thousand Oaks community pays tribute to the victims and survivors by opening a Healing Garden memorial at the Conejo Creek Park.
Plants in the Santa Monica Mountains are still recovering from Woolsey and the process will take at least another decade.