With COVID-19 impacting supply chains nationwide, the remote Hawaiian islands face the task of food sustainability.
As the semester reaches its close, PGM seniors give advice on how to sail through Pepperdine without a hitch.
Though the coronavirus has pushed us into unprecedented and scary times, don’t forget to see the moments we should be grateful for.
While light and sunlight can often energize or promote growth, they can also cause severe damage to certain individuals.
The Graphic hopes to provide insight “into where some of our community stands one year after our world completely changed.”
As the one-year anniversary of Alaina Housley’s death during the Borderline Shooting approaches, students abroad in Florence reflect on who would have been one of their fellow travelers.
Sophomore Alicia Yu speaks to her experience as a a survivor of the Borderline Shooting, suitemate of Alaina Housley and student abroad in Lausanne.
President Emeritus Andrew K. Benton reflects on the events of November 2018.
There’s a big difference between living in the Hawaiian Islands and tracing one’s familial ancestry back to the native Polynesian people.
President-elect Jim Gash announced Sara Young Jackson will begin her role as Pepperdine’s chancellor August 1, 2019