Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment introduces Jess Kovie, who discusses her passion for political science, career goals in Washington, D.C., and excitement for her new life in Malibu.
Sometimes I forget the beach exists. I’m so caught up in running from my internship to my classes to my job to club meetings to Payson that I never look up to recognize the beauty around me. I never slow down for a second to just remind myself how lucky I am to go to […]
Malibu is a beach town in every sense of the word, and Pacific Coast Highway is the gateway to some of the most sought after coastlines on the West Coast.
Senior Akela Newman takes board sports to a new level in a trilogy of longboarding, surfing and sandboarding across California.
Photos by Allison Hubbard Pepperdine is building a legacy on sand. The women’s sand volleyball team has won two AVCA championships in three years under the guidance of Head Coach Nina Matthies and Assistant Coach Marcio Sicoli. Sand volleyball has only existed as an official NCAA sport for three years, which begs the question, “How […]
Photo by Whitney Irick A man was pronounced dead at Zuma Beach in Malibu on Monday after lifeguards were unable to resuscitate him. Bharat Talsania, an Arcadia resident, suffered an unknown medical emergency at the water’s edge, according to the LA County Fire Department’s lifeguard division. Lifeguards pulled the 66-year-old from the water’s edge near Tower 1 […]
Sand volleyball lives up to the No. 1 rank on opening day, defeating newcomer Northridge and No. 2 Southern California