The Pepperdine Women’s Basketball season came to an end against PCH rival Loyola Marymount on March 4. The Waves look to rebuild and improve for next season.
Both Pepperdine basketball programs made noise at the West Coast Conference Championships in Las Vegas.
Photos by Nicole Spafford A man opened fire in a Texas church Nov. 5 and killed 26 people, just five weeks after the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history that killed 59 in Las Vegas. Six days earlier, a man drove a truck into a bike path in Manhattan, killing at least eight and […]
Art by Peau Porotesano The Las Vegas shooting affected communities across the nation, including the Pepperdine student body. The University provided a prayer gathering after the shooting, but it is also important to know how to respond in these unpredictable situations. While it is impossible to know when and where these attacks will occur, Pepperdine’s […]
Photos by Hansol Hwang and Ashley Allen Pepperdine faculty, staff and students gathered Monday evening to uplift those in need of healing in light of recent events, including the Las Vegas tragedy and ongoing natural disaster recovery efforts. Pepperdine President Andrew K. Benton said a prayer at the gathering for everyone who has been affected […]
Photos by Paola Ramos Multi-Grammy nominee and award-winning DJ Kaskade will perform at the Los Angeles Convention Center Saturday night, making his sold-out show the first of its kind in the venue. This is also the DJ’s largest solo headlining show, with a projected 20,000 people to attend. “It’s going to be lit up, a […]
Photos by Veronica Johnson Las Vegas, Nevada. The capital of sin, fun and even a little sun. What better place to hold a Presidential Debate, right? Not exactly. Actually it doesn’t even really matter. Las Vegas is a tourist-driven city, including many of them being foreigners. Therefore, they can only hold an opinion, not an […]
Las Vegas students do not graduate. That is an overgeneralization; nevertheless, in the 2009-2010 academic year, only 52 percent of black males graduated high school, according to the 2012 Schott 50 State Report on Public Education and Black Males. In 2011, the Nevada Report Card reported that only 59.34 percent of Las Vegas’ enrolled high […]
Photos Courtesy of Brendan Lane After struggling to shine as part of the UCLA men’s basketball program, Brendan Lane (’14) transferred to Pepperdine and displayed dominance on the court, averaging 13 points and 7.3 rebounds per game. Following graduation, 6-foot-9 Lane snagged a workout with the Sacramento Kings. Hailing from Rocklin, California, the Kings are […]