The long-anticipated split between Malibu and Santa Monica’s school districts could soon become a reality. The two parties entered mediation talks this month for the first time.
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News Friends pay tribute to student killed in hit-and-run traffic collision Three years later: Pepperdine remembers the Borderline Shooting and Woolsey Fire Sports Cheer Squad brings school spirit to Pepp Women’s Volleyball downs Pacific in three sets Life & Arts KWVS DJs find expression in the studio Student director fulfills leadership dreams with Dance in […]
Borderline If a pie could speak: An account of the 72 hours from Borderline to Woolsey Annabelle Childers recounts Borderline shooting Woolsey Fire Meet the Malibu Residents who stayed to fight Woolsey Fire Remembering Alaina Housley A year into Alaina’s Voice with father and co-founder, Arik Housley Alaina, one-eighth of us: A letter from DeBell […]
Pepperdine reorganized the Department of Student Affairs over summer 2021. Administrators said the changes were made with operations, budget and strategic priorities in mind, but affected personnel share confusion and hurt following the changes.
News: Friends Pay Tribute to Student Killed in Hit-and-Run Traffic Collision Students Adjust to Abroad Amid Changing Travel Policies Good News: Taking Time To Be Thankful Three Years Later: Pepperdine Remembers the Borderline Shooting and Woolsey Fire Students Look to Office for Community Belonging for Actions Toward Inclusivity Life & Arts: Student Director Fulfills Leadership […]
Photo courtesy of @CaffeinatedSeries Instagram account Friends and family of Pepperdine student Dev Singh mourn Singh’s death after learning he was the victim of a hit-and-run traffic collision Nov. 4. Singh was not enrolled for fall 2021 but had plans to return in the spring semester to graduate, University Chaplain Sara Barton said at the Nov. 7 […]
Pepperdine’s Cheer Squad is made up of 12 members who have a passion to promote school spirit on campus. Coach and Pepperdine (alumna ’20) Kaitlyn Garrison, said the community and dedication the women bring to the team makes it feel like a family.
Many departments play a role in running Pepperdine and transportation services are no exception. Some of Pepperdine’s most beloved shuttle drivers discuss their day-to-day, outside hobbies and most memorable moments on the ride.
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.
In the spring 2021 special edition, the Graphic staff explores the role of journalism in society and the assumptions surrounding it. Executive Editor Makena Huey and Managing Editor Rowan Toke discuss why they dedicate themselves to student-journalism despite increased distrust.