Pepperdine’s Men’s and Women’s Track teams focus on achieving consistent PR and embrace community in the Spring 2022 season. The women’s team had their first race Saturday, Jan. 15, at the BYU Indoor Invite.
It can be hard to adjust to the changes that come with everyday life — especially if one has a laid out plan. Sports Editor Samantha Torre explains that sometimes, it’s best to be in the moment.
Words have significance in everything people do — they can change the mind of oneself and the minds of others. Effects of the rhetoric people use in daily life can be long-lasting, and some words, like the word “normal,” can have more meaning than many people realize.
After a string of losses, Pepperdine’s Men’s Basketball Team hoped to secure a win against the Portland Pilots. The Waves were unable to gain headway and lost 82-63.
The Pepperdine Student Health Center now offers three types of vaccines: COVID-19 vaccines, booster shots and flu shots. All three are available through appointments on Malibu’s campus.
Pepperdine faculty take a look back into their youth to see how their memories and dreams shaped who they are today. Some of their experiences may even be similar to the students they teach.
After a year of Zoom University, Pepperdine students are back on campus with even more to do. How can one find balance amidst having many responsibilities?
The Freedom Wall received national attention about abortion-rights postings, prompting Pepperdine administrators to reconsider the wall’s guidance. The Graphic staff reminds the community of the written and unwritten rules of the Freedom Wall.
Pepperdine’s dining options are as unsatisfying and chaotic as ever, and the issues begin and end with the school’s food service provider Sodexo. The Graphic staff calls for the University to choose a new provider when Sodexo’s contract ends in 2022.
Olympic Volleyball Player Kim Hill talks about her journey from Pepperdine to winning Olympic Gold in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.