Pepperdine’s community alerts about sexual assault should be in-line with police alerts, and the terms need a clear definition.
Photos by Kelly Rodriguez Malibu Canyon Road is a staple part of the commute from Calabasas and Ventura County to Malibu, but to anyone who’s driven through the canyon, the possibility of a car crash lurks at each twist and turn of the narrow road. A Pepperdine student who wished to be unnamed was in […]
Editor’s Note: A name has been changed to protect a source’s identity. “This is someone I knew already, and it was just weird. It was just a weird side of him I never saw.” Former Pepperdine student Sarah Doe (name changed) began her evening at an off-campus house rented by members of a Greek fraternity […]
Graphics by Cassandra Stephenson Pepperdine began releasing DPS reports exclusively online as of fall 2016, increasing immediate availability but raising questions with the decision to exclude summary information that had previously been available. This comes at a time of change for Pepperdine, as this year marks the withdrawal of Pepperdine’s Title IX exemption and the […]