Pepperdine’s facilities have found ways to operate in a fully reopened campus while maintaining COVID-19 requirements. Plans include utilizing new materials, changing operations and finding ways to limit traffic.
LA County allowed Pepperdine’s Malibu Campus to open libraries for student use. Staff at the library are hopeful for the continued reopening as the semester progresses.
Pepperdine Libraries invited students, faculty and the Malibu community to an opening reception for an exhibit in collaboration with the GRAMMY Museum.
Pepperdine Libraries partners with the Grammy Museum to bring educational and professional music opportunities to students
Photos by Arin Degroff Former President Ronald Reagan’s adoptive son Michael Reagan spoke in honor of the 50th anniversary of his father’s speech “A Time For Choosing” on Monday in the Payson Library Surfboard Room. Michael Reagan is a member of the Payson Advisory Board and answered questions from people all over the Los Angeles […]
With the word “reconciliation” as her mantra, author Louise Steinman fuses the bitter past of Jewish persecution in Poland with the importance of forgiveness in her newest book “The Crooked Mirrors,” from which she will be reading today at 4 p.m. in Payson Library. Steinman spoke about her journeys in Poland 3 years ago during […]
Payson Library to undergo changes
Photo by Brandon Scheirman Ken LaZebnik, director for Library Advancement and Public Affairs, will be leaving his position at the end of January. LaZebnik, who has been with the university since 2010, has been named the Founding Director of Stephen’s College Mastery of Fine Arts in Television and Screenwriting. LaZebnik, a playwright and screenwriter, helped […]