Students from various clubs and organizations gathered to discuss how they will go about Ben Shapiro speaking on campus.
Find out how Pepperdine is working to renew trust in the Good Samaritan policy through revision and clarification.
Photos by Duncan Hilby The Caf’s new pizzeria and noodle bar construction is coming to completion, but there are still a few steps before it is ready to be open. General Manager of Dining Services Randy Penwell gave the project a tentative March opening. “I’ve been saying mid-March and so that just kind of gives […]
Pepperdine students express the inconvenience of parking on campus. A concrete solution is yet to exist for Pepperdine’s parking climate.
Stauffer Chapel filled with family and friends paying tribute to the life of Jake Harris.
Over winter break, Information Technology conducted emergency maintenance on WaveNet, and as a result, took down student photos on WaveNet.
The Pepperdine IT department urged students and staff to update software on all personal devices in response to recently revealed security vulnerabilities
A quick idea into the impact of the Student Emergency Fund
Photo by Allison Lee The Student Government Association is one step closer to their long-term plant to put printers in Lovernich Commons and Towers. HRL director Maura Page said she met with SGA President Austin Welch and Vice President of Administration Dylan Sacenti this semester to discuss time frames of installation. Welch said he plans […]
Pepperdine will transition to a smoke-free university starting Fall 2018, according to an email from Pepperdine’s Public Relations office. This change will apply both to Pepperdine’s domestic and international campuses, though graduate campuses will retain designated outdoor smoking areas per their lease agreements, according to the email. Director of Human Resources Sean Michael Phillips said […]