Roads in and around Malibu have unique combinations of high speeds and tight turns. Pedestrians, bicyclists and motorcyclists face higher risks here than in other communities.
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.
LA County has one of the highest concentrations of unhoused people in the country. Alongside the growing rate of homelessness in cities like Malibu and Santa Monica, such concerns can be alleviated by adding safe and secure overnight parking lots for those living out of their vehicles.
A fatal car accident near Carbon Canyon on PCH on Friday, Sept. 17, killed Thousand Oaks resident Erik Berg. An employee of Millworks by Design, Berg had been working on a multimillion-dollar home at the time of his death.
With daunting headlines and emotional stories, sometimes the news hurts people. Many Pepperdine students have found themselves in the breaking news spotlight during events such as the Borderline shooting and PCH car crashes, when some experienced insensitive encounters with the media.
Pacific Coast Highway is an iconic highway, but also one of the most dangerous ones.
The sixth installment of Fresh Faces introduces Jakub Mierzejewski to the Pepperdine community. Mierzejewski discusses his personal goals, future and passion for climate change.
Caltrans is taking up PCH pedestrian problems near another popular Malibu hot spot
After facing backlash for publishing a video of the car crash, the Graphic stands by its decision.