Photo by Jennevieve Fong MoviePass subscribers have surged from a significant subscription price drop, giving college students and everyday movie-goers an opportunity to go to the movies on a budget. With a $9.95 a month subscription price for one movie ticket a day, MoviePass extended their reach beyond the above-average movie lovers who once shelled out up to $50 a … [Read more...] about MoviePass: Blockbuster Hit or Box Office Flop?
Art by Peau Porotesano It’s common for students to come to college with the dream that after graduation they’ll have a job, a trendy apartment and other success. If everything goes according to that plan, the job will cover all expenses, including the car and student loan payments, so there can be worry-free happy hour splurges with friends. But that is not every … [Read more...] about Staff Editorial: Plan Financial Future Now
Photo by Omar MurphyPepperdine President Andrew K. Benton and American Council on Education Senior Vice President Terry Hartle discussed hot-button issues and student civic engagement at the first of Pepperdine Graphic Media's three-part Town Hall series Thursday, Jan. 25.Benton and Hartle took part in a Q&A to discuss Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Net … [Read more...] about PGM Town Hall Discusses How Politics Impact Higher Education
Video and Photo by Mikaela Bisson and Camry Bishop; Graphic by Caroline Laganas Drop, cover and hold on. Earthquake expert Lucy Jones warns Malibu’s water supply may be at risk if an earthquake were to happen nearby. Jones gave a presentation about earthquake risk and preparedness in Malibu at a City Council Meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 10 at 6:30 p.m. The information she … [Read more...] about Earthquake Expert Addresses Natural Disaster Preparedness in Malibu
Photo courtesy of Pepperdine University Founder and first president of the Associated Women for Pepperdine (AWP) and former first lady of Pepperdine University Helen M. Young passed away Thursday, Nov. 30, at 99 years old. Young was born Helen Elizabeth Mattox on Aug. 31, 1918 and grew up in Oklahoma City before traveling to the west coast to attend George Pepperdine … [Read more...] about Pepperdine’s Third First Lady and Founder of the Associated Women for Pepperdine Helen M. Young Dies at 99