Dawn Megli, a reporter for the Thousand Oaks Acorn, writes profiles on the survivors and the families of the victims of the Borderline Shooting.
Borderline Bar & Grill
The Graphic hopes to provide insight “into where some of our community stands one year after our world completely changed.”
This is what it was like to feel helpless when your home is going through tragedy.
Art by Caitlin Roark Flashing sirens, stunned and dismayed survivors, devastated loved ones and utter heartbreak have become all-too-common images defining the latest tragedy to grip the United States. With 340 mass shootings reported in 2018, it is evident that America is facing a serious and dangerous epidemic of gun violence that has left countless […]
Art by Ally Armstrong This school year has been challenging for Pepperdine and the Malibu community to say the least. The traumatic nature of the shooting, fires, evacuations, protests and unpredictable weather has left students feeling as if they must make up for lost time. With multiple days of classes canceled in November and now […]
Concert brings Thousand Oaks community together
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 […]
The foundation #CaliforniaStrong brought A-list celebrities to Pepperdine to raise funds and awareness for those affected by the recent tragedies.
From kindness to public policy to mental health awareness, organizations and individuals discuss solutions for ending gun violence in America
Chaplain Sara Barton writes about the resilience of Waves and the importance of peace, hope and joy in the midst of tragedy.