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.
Going to school in Malibu has more perks than just its sandy beaches and sunny climate. Many students get the opportunity to work in some of the trendiest stores, shops and restaurants in all of LA county, with celebrity sightings and free gear to supplement their working experience.
Host Joe Allgood visits Nicolas Eatery and taste tests their casual French Cuisine.
Students returned to Pepperdine from spring break without a mask mandate, after Pepperdine lifted its mask mandate March 7, following LA County guidance. Students expressed their opinions about the freedom to decide on face coverings.
Early action admits make commitments to come to Pepperdine in the fall. The Class of 2026 will be complete by April 1 when regular decision letters are received.
Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to just be a day to love a significant other, it can also be a time to spread love to those around you. This Valentine’s Day, members of the Pepperdine community should learn to spread love rather than hate on campus.
For Pepperdine students, searching for that aesthetic photo op isn’t always as easy as it seems. Here are some local favorites to take pictures whether it be for social media or capturing special moments.
Sea level rise and coastal erosion threaten Malibu roads and beaches. Coastal stakeholders like the Bay Foundation, Caltrans and Beaches and Harbors measure effectiveness, time and cost in implementing solutions to the decline.
Junior Hikari Matsumoto lives in Seaside Residence Hall. Matsumoto argues there should be a store, just like Nature’s Edge, located near or inside Seaside.
Off-campus jobs are a way for students in a new place to gain a better understanding of the area in which they live. For students, Alondra Mendoza, Andres Benson and Oliver Westover, working in Malibu has helped them find a place in the community.