Six years into the Malibu Dark Sky project, Pepperdine replaced a third of the ecologically harmful globe lights on campus with outdoor lighting that reflects the ordinance set by the City of Malibu. Once completed, the University will have significantly decreased its sky glow.
Eleven individuals share their experiences and thoughts on being in committed relationships. Among each of them, the importance of love, trust and sense of self holds true.
In the digital age of nonstop working, escaping into the wilderness can be beneficial for humans to interact with their planet in positive and negative ways.
Seaver faculty will soon review a report and a proposal concerning changes to the Seaver General Education Program.
Seaver faculty used Sept. 8–9 as a time to reflect and engage with students about police brutality — and the recent shooting of Jacob Blake — through a strike, the Jericho Challenge and A Night to Listen.
A Pepperdine student created a new Sustainability major that is now on its way to become one of the majors offered at Seaver College.
Pepperdine students and faculty shop secondhand to lead a more sustainable lifestyle.
A Religion student, Religion professors and church leaders discuss and share their thoughts on the conversation around queerness and the Bible.
There are passages in the Bible that tend to be most cited by people when discussing what Scripture says about homosexuality. Here is how some interpret these passages.
As many countries go into quarantine to slow the spread of COVID-19, air and noise pollution are decreasing to a degree that students and faculty around the world are seeing it with their own eyes.