Pepperdine Prepares to Power More Chargers

Pepperdine Prepares to Power More Chargers

ByLouise BrickmanDec 1, 2022
California passed a law banning the sale of gas-powered vehicles by 2035, according to an Aug. 29 New York Times article. Pepperdine and the rest of the state are beginning to adapt in preparation, said Ben Veenendaal, associate vice president for Planning, Operations and Construction.
Pepperdine Heightens Security Measures

Pepperdine Heightens Security Measures

BySamantha TorreNov 27, 2022
Pepperdine has heightened security measures in response to a shooting threat, Department of Emergency Services wrote in a community-wide email. There is no predetermined end date for the security measures, Sean Burnett, senior vice president for Integrated Marketing Communications and chief marketing officer, wrote.

Pepperdine Plans for Japan International Program

ByTerra HernandezNov 20, 2022
Pepperdine’s International Programs reinstated the Japan program for summer 2023, according to the IP office. Students share their thoughts and feelings about the Japan summer program.

life & ARTs

Spend an Evening With the L.A. Philharmonic

Spend an Evening With the L.A. Philharmonic

ByEmily ChaseNov 20, 2022
The Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, allows audiences to be transported to another world through the music they perform. For Professor David Strong and his wife, one of the Phil’s viola players, Leticia Oaks Strong, this other world is a lifestyle.
Review: Ryan Murphy’s ‘Dahmer’ and ‘American Horror Story’ Illustrate Terror

Review: Ryan Murphy’s ‘Dahmer’ and ‘American Horror Story’ Illustrate Terror

ByEmily ChaseNov 10, 2022
The director behind one of pop culture’s most iconic TV shows is back again with even more horror. Ryan Murphy is directing hit after hit TV show, and his latest, “Dahmer,” “American Horror Story: New York City,” and “American Horror Stories,” are perfect portrayals of terror with only some slight misses.
‘Into The Woods’: Stephen Sondheim’s Spellbinding Story Takes Over Smothers Theatre

‘Into The Woods’: Stephen Sondheim’s Spellbinding Story Takes Over Smothers Theatre

ByEmily ChaseNov 10, 2022
Pepperdine University’s version of “Into the Woods,” opens Friday, Nov. 11. Audiences will take a journey with these beloved characters for the annual fall musical.