Photos by Jennevieve Fong and Courtesy of Paley Center for Media Hollywood is famous for its Walk of Fame stars, but the city was filled with even more celebrities due to the 2017 Los Angeles PaleyFest from March 17 to March 26. Celebrating television’s most acclaimed television series, The Paley Center for Media brought together […]
Photo courtesy of Scott Hutchins Editor’s Note: When being interviewed for this article, Scott Hutchins stated he preferred the use of the male pronouns. After sitting tensely in front of his computer for two hours, junior Scott Hutchins submitted a Facebook post that he said he had been waiting to post since the beginning of […]
Photos by Jennevieve Fong On Saturday morning, Pepperdine students woke up to almost two feet of snow from Winter Storm Jonas outside of Pepperdine’s Washington, D.C. campus. The city of Washington, D.C. declared a state of emergency for the weekend in addition to a weekend blizzard warning, according to the National Weather Service. Since most […]
Students of the Washington, D.C. Program learn how to balance both a full-time internship and academic courses. At the end of the fall semester, three of the program’s students provided an inside look into their busy lives. Rachel Gordon, intern for Senator Jerry Moran of Kansas Year: Junior Major: Political Science What are Gordon’s […]
After ending a phone call with Pepperdine’s International Program Dean Charles Hall, Brian Swarts was left with a difficult decision to make. Swarts was conflicted with choosing between his previous employer, family ties to Japan and his alma mater. He had to decide to either work as the Program Director for The Salvation Army in […]
Washington D.C. is known by many nicknames; DMV, Nation’s Capital, Capital City, and Hollywood For Ugly People (my personal favorite).