A sign indicates the tsunami evacuation route out of Malibu through Malibu Canyon Road on Feb. 23. The University recommends students find safety at least 100 feet above sea level in the event of a tsunami. Photos by Millie AuchardThe Earth rumbles. Picture frames fall from the walls and shatter into glittery shards on the carpeted floor. An earthquake has struck, and it's time … [Read more...] about Malibu Urges Residents to Prepare for Earthquakes
Currents file photo. Photo courtesy of Ron Hall | Design by Logan WoodPepperdine waved goodbye to Cyndia Clegg, distinguished professor of English at Seaver College, after 45 years of teaching.Clegg taught a wide range of classes, including courses on Shakespeare, Renaissance English Literature and Spiritual Writing. She regularly taught in the Great Books Colloquium and the GE … [Read more...] about Retiring Faculty Profile: Cyndia Clegg
The Pixel is Pepperdine Graphic Media’s weekly newsletter that highlights our top stories and breaks down what you need to know. Sign up to receive the Pixel in your inbox: https://forms.gle/AxrcdD4aonNrGyBH9 … [Read more...] about The Pixel: April 20, 2020
Photo courtesy of Ron Hall | Design by Logan Wood It is hard to miss the many awards that fill the walls of Cyndia Clegg’s office. But perhaps one of the most striking is a 1999 certificate from Pepperdine naming Clegg a distinguished professor of English. “I was the only woman distinguished professor until about the last decade,” Clegg said.Pepperdine grants … [Read more...] about Cyndia Clegg: Breaking Barriers on Campus
Graphics and Photos by Ella GonzalezAs students transition into the spring semester, they sometimes arrive with a little inside information about professors and the courses they are taking. Selecting course with the help of the website Rate My Professors has become a common resource for Pepperdine students.Rate My Professors started in 1999, boasting use by more than four … [Read more...] about Does RateMyProfessors.com Fairly Rate Pepperdine professors?