Pepperdine Students Confront a Human Dilemma Regarding LGBTQ+ Identity and Christianity

ByMax PohlenzFeb 1, 2023
Students at Pepperdine said they have struggled with God and questions regarding gender and sexuality. Students debate whether the Bible can be reconciled with those who identify as a part of the LGBTQ+ community.

Pepperdine Community Members Commemorate Black History Month

BySamantha TorreFeb 1, 2023
Black History Month takes place during the month of February and is a time to honor Black history, and Pepperdine organizations such as Black Student Association and Caruso School of Law are hosting educational and fellowship events. Students and faculty members at Pepperdine explain what the month means to them.
Pepperdine Offers Community a Space for Solace

Pepperdine Offers Community a Space for Solace

BySamantha TorreFeb 1, 2023
From Jan. 28 to Feb. 2, Seaver College offered students a place to seek solace and support from the community in response to the body camera footage of Tyre Nichols’ arrest and fatal beating. Connie Horton, vice president for Student Affairs, said the goal for the supportive measures is to act like a safety net for students.

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Hear the Howls: ‘Teen Wolf: The Movie’ Pulls Many Twists and Turns

Hear the Howls: ‘Teen Wolf: The Movie’ Pulls Many Twists and Turns

ByTanya YarianFeb 1, 2023
“Teen Wolf: The Movie” is a revival to “Teen Wolf,” the show, and brings back the familiar pack. The characters, who are no longer teens, reunited in Beacon Hills to overcome a familiar enemy.

‘Big Five-Oh!’: Pilobolus Dance Troupe Dazzles Students With 50th Anniversary Performance at Smothers Theatre

ByEmma IbarraFeb 1, 2023
Celebrating their 50th anniversary, the Pilobolus dance company made their way to Malibu for a performance at Smothers Theatre on Jan. 25. The dance troupe blends technology, design and technique to perform innovative interpretive dance numbers that have enchanted audiences for generations, according to the company site.
‘Dead Man’s Cell Phone’ Explores the Affects of Technology Through Theater

‘Dead Man’s Cell Phone’ Explores the Affects of Technology Through Theater

ByMilena D’AndreaFeb 1, 2023
Pepperdine Fine Arts Division’s Theatre Department performed their rendition of “Dead Man’s Cell Phone” from Jan. 24-28. The play explored the effects of technology on love and loss through a raunchy yet whimsical plot, Assistant Director Juliet Johnson said.