‘A Lack of Creativity’: An Investigation Into Pepperdine’s Relationship with Solar Energy

‘A Lack of Creativity’: An Investigation Into Pepperdine’s Relationship with Solar Energy

Sep 18, 2023
Installing and utilizing solar energy is a way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and be more energy independent. Renewable energy experts propose many routes for Pepperdine to achieve a greener energy supply.
Students Wrestle with Christian Supernatural Physical Healing

Students Wrestle with Christian Supernatural Physical Healing

Sep 17, 2023
Christian students said they have prayed for physical healing but experienced mixed results. Students shared their personal experiences and beliefs on how God works in regard to medical healing.
The Malibu Chili Cook-Off Hits Home Again

The Malibu Chili Cook-Off Hits Home Again

Sep 14, 2023
Crowds gathered for the flavor and fun of the 41st annual Malibu Chili Cook-Off this Labor Day weekend. Charity, chili and a carnival filled the weekend festivities.

life & ARTs

Worship Summit: Where Two or More Are Gathered, God is There

Worship Summit: Where Two or More Are Gathered, God is There

Sep 21, 2023
The Pepperdine community gathered for a night of worship at the annual Worship Summit on Sept. 16. United Voice Worship, Phil Wickham and Jonathan Evans all came together to share the Word.
The Weisman’s New Exhibit Features ‘Atmospheric’ Artist

The Weisman’s New Exhibit Features ‘Atmospheric’ Artist

Sep 20, 2023
The Weisman Museum celebrates its new exhibit with a reception to introduce guests to the artwork. The new exhibition, “Infinite Space, Sublime Horizons,” features Hildur Ásgeirsdóttir Jónsson’s multi-media landscapes.
Pepperdine SCUBA Keeps its Head Above Water

Pepperdine SCUBA Keeps its Head Above Water

Sep 17, 2023
Pepperdine SCUBA Club looks to expand after several years of inactivity. The historic club has deep connections with local shops, some of which date back to the late ‘60s, according to both archival reporting and Ryan Bough, senior SCUBA club president