Host Hunter Dunn looks into the cost of the recent recall election and has some Pepperdine students weigh in.
In February, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a California church, lifting complete bans on in-person religious services. Joe Allgood reports on what that means for three California churches.
A Pepperdine visiting professor throws himself into contention for California governor. The campaign announcement arrives as the recall movement for the current Gov. Gavin Newsom continues to heat up.
After the University announced all fall classes will be online, undergraduates shared their feelings and plans for the upcoming semester.
It shouldn’t take a pandemic.
Administration made students aware of potential reductions of campus services Thursday.
With homelessness on the rise in California, the City of Malibu is taking action to address the issue.
The State of California passed a bill that allows student-athletes to profit off of their own names, images and likenesses. Here’s why the governor should sign it into law.
Infographic by Maria Valente The Woolsey Fire has burned hundreds of structures and remains zero percent contained. Malibu is under a mandatory evacuation order and Pepperdine is sheltering in place. Here is a timeline of how the timeline has unfolded: The Woolsey fire broke out Thursday afternoon south of Simi Valley After 5 a.m. the […]