Pepperdine’s Malibu campus is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. The University first started in Los Angeles before moving to Malibu in 1972.
The same place can feel different over the years. Assistant News Editor Anezka Liskova talks about how her second year at Pepperdine differs in a positive way to her first.
With more students on campus and less parking available, it has become increasingly more difficult to get around in a timely and efficient manner. DPS should change the regulations to make campus more accessible and easier to get around.
The Fine Print is a weekly column written by Addison Whiten addressing problems at Pepperdine in a lighthearted and real way. This edition addresses some of the complications that come with living in Malibu, though it is nearly a perfect place to be.
While much of the Pepperdine community is excited about the partial reopening of the Malibu campus, there are still many who have some qualms with it. For students living too far to visit campus, or those who are still trying to keep them and their families safe from the COVID-19 virus, reopening can be frustrating.
A new sustainability director, Songfest’s 2021 showcase and some good news for Payson Library fans.
As Pepperdine’s Malibu campus partially reopens for limited in-person activity, social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, are allowing community members to distribute information and share personal reactions.
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Students who are now living at home due to COVID-19 are suffocated by their lack of independence and inability to socialize.
Although most students reside off campus this semester, Pepperdine still chose to charge a $63 Campus Life fee. The fee will be used to foster community through online mediums.