Photo by Megan Williams From English to Spanish to Italian to French to Arabic — switching between five languages might be tough for some, but for first-year Leilani Frailich, these languages inspire creativity. Frailich is a Political Science and Psychology double major on the pre-law track, who grew up speaking both Spanish and English. Her […]
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.
Senior Taylor Mathews opens up about his musical history and what led him to songwriting. He explains how he intertwines his pursuit of truth with expression through song.
Following God’s plan for one Pepperdine alum meant taking a year off of school to pursue music and ministry.
Musician and filmmaker Valentine Douglas discusses the importance of honesty in art and offers advice to new artists.
An art student attempting to provoke administrators will not be permitted to display her project alongside her peers’ work.
The Los Angeles-based artist sits down with the Graphic to discuss influential music and art and even tease what to expect from his upcoming record, “Manic Drive.”
Pepperdine musical artist Lizzy LeBleu shares her lifelong journey with music, along with the ups and downs of discovering her unique and personal sound.
Kennedi Rae Syphax finds a way to bring artistic expression to everything she does.
In a world where any type of music can be technologically accessed at will, Marco Leong hopes to keep musical performance alive.