Sea level rise and coastal erosion threaten Malibu roads and beaches. Coastal stakeholders like the Bay Foundation, Caltrans and Beaches and Harbors measure effectiveness, time and cost in implementing solutions to the decline.
Hosts Karl Winter and Austin LeDe discuss the final eight teams remaining in the NFL playoffs — how they got to the Divisional Round and their chances of advancing to the Conference Championship games. Guest Zack Born joins the NFL discussion and then breaks down the MLB lockout with Karl, including how and why it happened.
Co-hosts Karl Winter and Austin LeDe discuss their top three favorite moments in sports in 2021. Then, the hosts delve into Week 18 of the NFL season and what they expect on Super Wild Card Weekend.
Freedom Wall, Twitter, Yik Yak, classrooms, students and faculty — a deep dive in to the culture and history of opinions at Pepperdine.
The new structure between Seaside and Eden House is soon to be a fitness center for Campus Recreation. It will double the fitness space available in the current Firestone Fieldhouse weight room.
The Waves are off to a dream start and have climbed the national rankings. What can we expect from them as they enter WCC play?
The SportsWaves Podcast is back for the 2021-2022 school year! This episode features a conversation between host Karl Winter and Pepperdine Women’s Soccer goalkeeper Zoe Clevely.
Pepperdine Water Polo returns a full complement of players for the fall season, but its schedule is far from a cakewalk. The Waves will need to battle to win the Golden Coast Conference and return to the NCAA Tournament.
The NCAA now allows student-athletes to make money off of their name, image and likeness. What does that mean, and how can Pepperdine student-athletes leverage it?
Only about a third of Pepperdine’s rising sophomores will attend the Year 2 Welcome retreat, which begins Aug. 20. Parents cited the $1,500 price tag as an issue and petitioned the administration for an on-campus orientation for those students not attending the retreat.