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PGM Copy Chief Gabrielle Mathys reflects on how the senior class as a whole has experienced more trauma than any other.
President Emeritus Andrew K. Benton reflects on the events of November 2018.
In the midst of a disastrous Woolsey wildfire, students don’t understand how to respond to natural disasters
Students and faculty describe what it was like to shelter in place as the Woolsey Fire approached.
Photo courtesy of Buddy Kennedy The week of Nov. 5 was catastrophic. Even this word does not fully encapsulate what transpired or how the Pepperdine community has wrestled with the tragedies it has endured. Before students, faculty, staff and all of the Pepperdine community could fully process the aftermath of the Borderline shooting and the […]
While the rest of Malibu evacuates in the face of wildfires, Pepperdine stays put. After the Woolsey Fire and the close approach of flames to campus, the conversation around the university’s shelter in-place policy is heated.
Photos Courtesy of Twitter Social media played a key component in the spread of misinformation the night of Friday, Nov. 9, as the Woolsey Fire grew in close proximity to Pepperdine’s Malibu campus. The shared false claims of the fire arose from a lack of communication and misunderstandings. It caused confusion and heightened worry among […]
Pepperdine students and faculty families, along with their pets and service animals, are currently sheltering in place.