Despite a closed campus and restricted civic activities, some first-year students sought to replicate as much of the college experience as COVID-19 allowed. Several first-years describe the experience of navigating leases, living away from home and seeking community.
In today’s world, it can seem like everything is changing. “New Girl” serves as a reminder that life brings changes and shows us how to get through them.
Student and resident of local apartment complex, home to many Pepp students, recovers from a late-night break-in.
Graphic by Nate Barton One aspect of college is learning how to deal with bad roommates. We have all had our fair share of roommate conflict. I have had great roommates but other times I have found myself hiding in Payson to avoid going home. But the conflict itself is not as important as how […]
Logo by Haley Laningham The great housing crisis of 2016 has come and gone. Pepp Probz is here to give you a short synopsis if you’ve already found housing under a rock. We do not live in a college town, my friends. A sad reality of this fact is that housing is a yearly struggle. […]
Photos by Berkley Mason Villa Malibu will cease to offer apartment leases at the end of this spring, according to real estate agent and Villa Malibu employee Anita Dollens. Villa Malibu, commonly referred to as VM, is an apartment complex near Zuma beach that houses a significant number of Pepperdine students. Starting in May, the […]
Photo Courtesy of the Apple app store Apartment hunting can be a chore; a monotonous, stressful and time consuming affair that feels more like a job than the exciting prospect it should be. Jonathan Eppers is looking to change that by introducing a new way for people to find the ideal place to live. Eppers […]