Two student reporters who covered both the Borderline Bar and Grill shooting and the Woolsey Fires talk about their experience.
Alaina Housley’s suite in DeBell writes about their suitemate and friend.
Pepperdine University cancelled classes for today, Nov. 9, due to the Hill and Woosley Fires in the Calabasas and Agoura Hills areas. An email statement released at 4:39 a.m. stated: Classes are canceled and offices are closed on the Malibu and Calabasas campuses for today, November 9, 2018. All other campuses remain open at this […]
Photos courtesy of Facebook and Twitter Family members of freshman Alaina Housley announced this morning that she is one of the 12 victims killed in the shooting at the Borderline Bar & Grill on Wednesday night. Her uncle, Adam Housley and his wife, Tamera Mowry-Housley released a joint statement Thursday morning stating that their niece […]
Pres. Andrew Benton is Pepperdine’s longest serving president, but that’s just one of the many roles he plays on and off campus
The weekend-long event centers on passion for Pepperdine rather than a singular group within the community
While speaking in one’s native language carries the ease of playing with sand, trying to learn a second language often feels like laying bricks; slow, methodical, and tiring
Student details her diagnosis of orthorexia, an unofficial eating disorder considered similar to anorexia
Art by Caitlin Roark While Pepperdine is an ever-changing campus, it is rooted in its mission of purpose, service and leadership. It is rooted in Christian values, along with seeking the improvement of student life, and stimulates fellowship. The university empowers students to enact positive change that serves their community. With this ability to affect […]
Programs to help first-generation college students differ widely among Pepperdine, Universities of California and California State Colleges.