In a sculpture for the Junior Thesis Exhibition in Payson Library, junior Art major Luke Knox displayed a printer with money coming out of it, not expecting the money to be gone within hours. Following the return of the money and an investigation by DPS, the focus of Knox’s installation began to evolve.
First-year Stephen Weinstock details how he seeks to invest his time into philanthropy to better the world around him. Weinstock wants others to understand the value of giving back.
Lisa Zaar recently won the Audi Danderyd Open in Sweden on the weekend of Aug. 20. Zaar has continued to compete in organized tournaments despite COVID-19.
Students have no voice as they pay for Pepperdine’s expensive decisions and indecisive leadership.
We’ve all heard about the wage gap, but what is it really?
An inside look behind Pepperdine’s governing body.
As credit card scams get more sophisticated, banks and individuals adapt by taking new preventative measures.
Have you ever been both broke and rich in meal points?
Art by Caitlin Roark Fifty people were indicted in a college admission bribery scandal Tuesday, March 12. The case concluded that parents involved in the scheme paid a total of $25 million to William Singer, a college admission consultant, between 2011 and 2019. They used a private college test preparation organizer to arrange for another […]
The purchases that students make have power.