After returning to campus for the first time, students must keep well-being in mind while balancing accountability. For new-to-campus students, keeping on top of COVID-19 guidelines may get overwhelming.
In light of Pepperdine’s obedience to both county and federal guidelines pertaining to COVID-19, some community members remain upset at such policies. It’s time to stop complaining and start embracing such protocols.
Pepperdine requires students to be up to date with an extensive list of immunizations. As the campus continues to reopen to students, the COVID-19 vaccine should be mandatory as well.
California passed a mandate banning in-person religious services last year, and now that in-person services are legal, churches are in varying states of re-opening. After almost a year of virtual services and gatherings, many church leaders and congregation members are anxious to return to in-person worship.
The World Series concludes this upcoming week with an end to an unusual 2020 season. The Tampa Bay Rays play the Los Angeles Dodgers in a best-of-seven series.
COVID-19 cases in the community, the loss of loved ones and fully remote classes have all greatly impacted the University. Faculty and staff explain the struggles they have experienced during the pandemic and the positives that brighten this challenging time.
Motivated by the need to socialize, over 200 Pepperdine students returned to Malibu. Some Waves are doing so with the pandemic in mind while others are disregarding COVID-19 all together.
The ‘Bu Yorker strives to tell fun stories from the perspective of a Pepperdine student in a way that engages readers and artists alike.
Director of Housing Operations Robin Gore explains what the campus housing experience will look like for students staying on campus this semester.
The City of Malibu declared a state of emergency March 14, which led to local businesses, organizations and city services to close down or adjust to align with LA County COVID-19 guidelines. Although business has not been what it usually is in the summer, crowds of visitors come from other parts of the state, causing additional difficulties for Malibu.