The transit department met with fourteen students in two separate sessions for feedback and suggestions.
A night of tango, empanadas and a Uruguayan film is coming to Pepperdine on Oct. 10.
When sexual assaults occur on campus, how do Pepperdine and other schools respond?
Senior Mackenzie Mazen saw one too many vehicles illicitly parked in accessible parking spots and decided to speak out on behalf of the disabled community on campus.
Stories from the Holocaust live on from generation to generation through the stories of the survivors.
As students enter into one of the busiest months of the semester, they can find ways to stay motivated.
For Pepperdine's CBD and medicinal marijuana policy, questions of federal legality, funding and a recent congressional act come into play.
Since 2015, the sustainability minor has helped students shape a holistic understanding of environmental issues and how to solve them.