The Pepperdine community reflects on the events of Nov. 7–9, 2018, for the two-year anniversary.
Alaina Housley’s legacy lives on through an endowed scholarship fund that will continue support students in need.
Sharing authentic stories presents the greatest opportunity for growth and healing.
Alaina Housley’s suitemates reflect on grief, hope and healing over the last year.
The Graphic hopes to provide insight “into where some of our community stands one year after our world completely changed.”
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.
This is what it was like to feel helpless when your home is going through tragedy.
Through the loss of a daughter, father Arik Housley and his family have created a mission of positivity and kindness.
Sophomore Alicia Yu speaks to her experience as a a survivor of the Borderline Shooting, suitemate of Alaina Housley and student abroad in Lausanne.