The young fellows speak to eccentric Pepperdine student Kody Fields about the shocking intricacies of his life.
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 solutions journalism investigation into the beef industry.
For over a year, alumna Channa Steinmetz (2020) reported on a workplace sexual assault investigation that occurred within DPS during the Spring of 2019.
Loneliness has been labeled an epidemic by scientists in many places around the globe.
In February, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a California church, lifting complete bans on in-person religious services. Joe Allgood reports on what that means for three California churches.
Pepperdine gets a new Director for the Center for Sustainability, Ricky Eldridge, and we check in with the President of Green Team, Scottie Sandlin.
Pepperdine students who have been away from campus for almost a year are able to return after the university partially reopened its facilities this week.