The Pepperdine Volunteer Center announced its closure via social media May 27, as part of a budget readjustment of the Office of Student Affairs. Students and alumni expressed shock and disappointment to the news.
The news cycle can be overwhelming, perplexing and even frustrating. There is a lot that goes into it, from the perspective of both journalist and consumer.
The connotations of this outdated phrase impact both the way journalists report on stories and how viewers are affected by it. It is time for newsrooms and textbooks to abandon the saying altogether.
Pepperdine plans to open for voluntary in-person indoor classes April 6 at a limited capacity for those who live in or near Malibu. At this time, there is no decision about a commencement ceremony or summer international programs.
Pepperdine cut ties with Head Coach Sylvia Mosqueda, who was in her second season coaching the program. The change comes in the middle of the season for the Waves, who still have four track meets left on the schedule.
The confusion that spread after the Calabasas helicopter crash sheds light on how news consumers and journalists can do better during tragic breaking news events.
Helicopter crash in Calabasas, nine miles from Pepperdine’s Malibu campus, kills NBA legend Kobe Bryant at the age of 41.
With these two reports, the total of sexual crimes on campus reported this semester rises to seven
Photo courtesy of Pepperdine Public Relations James A. Gash, associate dean of the Pepperdine School of Law, will succeed Andrew K. Benton as the eighth president and CEO of Pepperdine University, according to a press release from Pepperdine University Public Relations. “Pepperdine has always been a story of unbridled progress and never more so than […]
Eyewitnesses are sharing their stories of the Borderline Shooting. Timothy Dominguez was inside Borderline Bar & Grill during the shooting Wednesday night. Dominguez was at the bar with his son. When Dominguez heard shots being fired, he quickly ducked down and told his son to do the same. “I said ‘let’s go, let’s go, let’s […]