Pepperdine’s Malibu campus architecture creates barriers to equal access for students, faculty, staff and visitors. Community members shared their experiences in navigating campus, advocating for change and steps they want administrators to take to make campus accessible.
Seaside Residence Hall
Pepperdine’s fitness scene has faced changes with the announcement of a Wellness fee and a new Fitness center projected to be finished in Summer 2022. Pepperdine students consider what these changes mean for them, and the importance of working out in college.
Pepperdine University has created another fitness gym for students to use. Although, a better use of time, money and space would have been to make it a parking area for the students.
Junior Hikari Matsumoto lives in Seaside Residence Hall. Matsumoto argues there should be a store, just like Nature’s Edge, located near or inside Seaside.
Alexander Payne hosts the first “Pepp in Your Step” episode at the Hydrate and Paint event at Seaside.
The new structure between Seaside and Eden House is soon to be a fitness center for Campus Recreation. It will double the fitness space available in the current Firestone Fieldhouse weight room.
Parking issues have caused headaches for the Graphic staff writers. The entire Pepperdine community must work together to alleviate the parking woes, and the stakes have never been higher.
A pile of dirt sits atop the Drescher graduate campus. Consisting of displaced soil from around the Malibu campus, its placement and prominence raises many questions.
Opened in 2015, the Eden Project started as a sustainability residence and has slowly moved away from what it was first proposed to be.
Art by Ally Armstrong After sophomore year, students are able to pick between housing on- and off-campus for their junior year. Some students say that living away from campus is better, but when it comes down to it, there are more advantages to living on-campus. When taking housing into consideration for next year, students should […]