Pepperdine’s Malibu campus architecture creates barriers to equal access for students, faculty, staff and visitors. Community members shared their experiences in navigating campus, advocating for change and steps they want administrators to take to make campus accessible.
Sophomore Sofia Thure advocates for accessibility and disability awareness on campus in a letter to the editor.
Pepperdine has six student-led ministry groups on campus that fall under the direction of Inter-Club Council and the Hub for Spiritual Life. Recent Hub policy changes have shifted the groups’ operations in good and bad ways, leaders said.
The Office of Student Accessibility honored Disability Awareness Week on campus March 14 through 18. The office hosted events such as accessible yoga and trivia, and encouraged students to only take accessible routes to spread awareness on the issue.
In an effort to better learn about their applicants, Housing and Residence Life changed their application for the 2021-2022 school year and did not defer previous applications. As a result, students are deciding whether or not to reapply.
Ever wondered about the craze surrounding the Enneagram? Pepperdine juniors and professors discuss the power and downfalls of the personality model that simplifies nine personalities into numbers.
Three Pepperdine students who tested positive for COVID-19 weigh in on the pandemic.