In a sculpture for the Junior Thesis Exhibition in Payson Library, junior Art major Luke Knox displayed a printer with money coming out of it, not expecting the money to be gone within hours. Following the return of the money and an investigation by DPS, the focus of Knox’s installation began to evolve.
Alexander Payne hosts the first “Pepp in Your Step” episode at the Hydrate and Paint event at Seaside.
Junior Annabella Nordlund has always been an avid dancer. In this student profile, Nordlund talks about her role as the assistant student director of Dance in Flight, as well as her passions and hopes for the whole team.
CoffeeHouse has long been a Pepperdine tradition for students to relax, drink coffee and enjoy live music. Now that students have returned to campus, the Board planned the first in-person CoffeeHouse since the start of COVID-19.
After a year of virtual exhibits, the Weisman Museum presents its first in-person art installation open to the public, titled “Environmental Reflections.” The exhibit highlights pieces that show both the beauty and power of nature in unique, interesting ways.
The Malibu Country Mart is home to many local businesses, including Stoked Surfboards. Creator of Stoked Surfboards, Bobbi Bennett shared her business thoughts.
Body and Soul incorporates the five senses within a new piece of art, music, film or experience; the biggest blank slate giving light to the things that deserve it. Life and Arts Editor Beth Gonzales discusses her experience at The Gathering, a local church filled with the Pepperdine spirit.
Visual team and their work are often under-appreciated, but the visual components they create are vital to journalism. PGM staff photographers, artists, video editors and designers reflect on what it means to be a part of the visual teams and why their work is so important.
The Board hosted its first virtual Pacific Sounds Music and Art Festival on April 19-24. Pepperdine artists showcased their pieces and musicians from both the outside and Pepperdine community performed throughout the week.
Senior Alyssa Riley, a Sports Medicine major from Santa Clara, Calif., reflects on her experience on campus and abroad in Florence, Italy. Riley said she hopes to be a registered nurse in the future.