For the 13th year, Pepperdine installed a memorial on Alumni Park to honor the victims of the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. This year’s display, however, remains closed to the public due to COVID-19.
One year after tragedy struck the Borderline Bar and Grill, the Thousand Oaks community pays tribute to the victims and survivors by opening a Healing Garden memorial at the Conejo Creek Park.
This is what it was like to feel helpless when your home is going through tragedy.
PGM Copy Chief Gabrielle Mathys reflects on how the senior class as a whole has experienced more trauma than any other.
Pepperdine’s community commemorated those who lost their lives at the Sept. 11 attacks.
The Pepperdine community came together for Alaina Housley’s memorial service to honor and celebrate her life.
Though it may feel strange, a return to a regular schedule and a focus on mind, body and spirit healing will help to restore a student’s sense of calm and safety following recent traumatic events
Helen Young has impacted countless lives throughout the Pepperdine community. Her memory is honored through a memorial scholarship donation which will benefit the Women of Pepperdine student scholarships.
Stauffer Chapel filled with family and friends paying tribute to the life of Jake Harris.
University community gathers to rededicate the portrait of 15-year-old