Admitted Students Make Waves at Malibu Reception

Admitted Students Make Waves at Malibu Reception

Apr 10, 2024
The 2024 Malibu Reception welcomed over 800 newly admitted students April 5. Fairs and panels had students exploring the campus on this day of engagement.
Good News: Finding Light in Journalism

Good News: Finding Light in Journalism

Apr 10, 2024
Journalism has sparked good news for Executive Editor Abby Wilt. Now as a senior, she looks back on her time at Pepperdine and PGM.
‘It’s Not Dangerous’: Tourists in Malibu Don’t Understand the Dangers of PCH

‘It’s Not Dangerous’: Tourists in Malibu Don’t Understand the Dangers of PCH

Apr 10, 2024
Malibu attracts over 15 million tourists each year, most taking PCH to get to and from their destination. However, many tourists said they don’t understand the dangers of PCH, and just find it to be a pretty road, rather than deadly also.

life & ARTs

Art History Majors Explore Careers

Art History Majors Explore Careers

Apr 10, 2024
Art History students gathered in the Weisman Museum on March 29, to network and hear from three panelists about their careers in the arts. The panelists offered many different perspectives on a career in art history.
Ariana Grande Beams With Hope in ‘eternal sunshine’

Ariana Grande Beams With Hope in ‘eternal sunshine’

Apr 10, 2024
Pop superstar Ariana Grande released her seventh studio album, “eternal sunshine,” March 8. Grande focuses on herself, her journey of healing from past heartbreak and the hope she is taking into new romance.
Magic, Revenge and Reconciliation Swirl in ‘The Tempest’

Magic, Revenge and Reconciliation Swirl in ‘The Tempest’

Apr 8, 2024
Pepperdine’s Theatre program presents Shakespeare’s comedy “The Tempest” from April 3-6, in Smothers Theatre. Taking place on a shipwrecked island filled with magic, the play delves into themes of revenge and reconciliation.
Remembering Our Girls

On October 17, 2023, Pepperdine grieved the loss of four seniors — Deslyn Williams, Peyton Stewart, Asha Weir and Niamh Rolston, who lost their lives in a deadly PCH crash. The Graphic remembered their lives with a special print edition dedicated to ‘Our Girls.’