Roads in and around Malibu have unique combinations of high speeds and tight turns. Pedestrians, bicyclists and motorcyclists face higher risks here than in other communities.
Pepperdine dining locations sell food items for higher prices than local grocery stores. While Sodexo controls those prices, a California state law requires the inconsistent application of sales tax that further complicates on-campus food cost.
The long-anticipated split between Malibu and Santa Monica’s school districts could soon become a reality. The two parties entered mediation talks this month for the first time.
In the first summer of COVID, Pepperdine reorganized Student Affairs. Ashley Mowreader describes the how and why behind the University’s decision.
Laugh with the Graph offers jokes based on local news stories, as well as lighthearted interviews with members of the Pepperdine community.
The start of the Spring 2022 semester aligned with a surge in omicron cases and an expansion of Pepperdine’s quarantine and isolation program. Students navigated COVID restrictions and procedures while the University tried to keep up with a record number of COVID-positive students.
A new partnership between Pepperdine’s Student Government Association and rideshare app Lyft gives students a $10 discount on certain rides. The program, along with a resolution focusing on campus accessibility, created a “theme of mobility” for SGA last semester.
The partial reopening of campus allows Fine Arts students access to on-campus studios. Not all creative spaces are open, and those that are have COVID-19 restrictions.
COVID-19 changed the dynamics of student employment. Most University jobs went remote, while some students found in-person employment elsewhere.
Snowstorms in the southern United States caused various issues for residents. Pepperdine students living at home dealt with power outages, cold temperatures and high snow totals.