Two sisters Annette and Janice Lee with Pepperdine ties share their experience working the 2018 Winter Olympics
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Photo by Jennevieve Fong MoviePass subscribers have surged from a significant subscription price drop, giving college students and everyday movie-goers an opportunity to go to the movies on a budget. With a $9.95 a month subscription price for one movie ticket a day, MoviePass extended their reach beyond the above-average movie lovers who once shelled […]
“I feel asleep” – three words that are harmless unless a person is behind the wheel. It was only a few years ago that junior Sierra Perry fell asleep at the wheel and nearly lost her life. “I just remember sitting there, oh my gosh, I literally just fell asleep,” Perry said. Perry is not […]
Photo by Kayla Lee “What are you?” “Where are you really from?” “You don’t act like a normal Black person.” “You don’t look like you speak Spanish.” “I never think of you as a real Asian.” These statements capture a more subtle form of racism. Known as microaggressions, these phrases are everyday verbal snubs or […]
It might be the greatest time of the year, but going back home for the holiday may include having to deal with some not so great family members. “How is school?” “Are you dating someone?” “What are your plans after college?” “You look fat/thin.” “When are you going to get a real job?” Whether it […]
A happy stomach makes a happy person. In these busy times of college, between class, internships, extracurricular activities and attempting to have a social life, worrying about the particulars of your diet should really be the last of your worries. In Malibu and Calabasas, self-image is everything. While the cultures of these neighborhoods emphasize the […]
NewsWaves Anchor Jennevieve Fong visited the Kevin Cordasco Something Yellow Foundation at Calabasas High School to join their fight against childhood cancer.
We walk every day – but it’s more special when you are taking steps for a great cause. NewsWaves Anchor Jennevieve Fong thanks the Thousand Oaks residents who joined together to make strides against breast cancer.
Graphic by Nate Barton Teachers, you either love them or hate them. Going to class is much better when you have a positive relationship with your professor. When you like your teacher, it motivates you to go class more often and maybe even pay attention. It also makes you feel more guilty when you miss […]