Manny Sanoja reflects on his new novel and how he hopes to inspire his readers.
Anyone can be a superhero, according to Pepperdine University Field Supervisor Madeleine Sherak.
Pepperdine’s “Golden Son” tackles the issues of privilege and caste through his New York Times Bestselling Novels.
Image courtesy of Debbie Wideroe Most can recall a favorite book from childhood, be it the whimsical rhymes of Dr. Seuss or the mischievous undertakings of the Berenstain Bears. Debbie Wideroe, visiting professor of Communication and director of the Communication Division Internship Program, understands the critical role stories play in children’s growth and development, which […]
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Poet, playwright and teacher Jeanne Murray Walker will read from her new memoir “The Geography of Memory: A Pilgrimage Through Alzheimer’s” and selections of her poetry today at 4 p.m. in the Payson Library Surfboard room. The book details the journey she underwent in caring for their mother who had Alzheimer’s disease. Director for Library […]
Mike Michalowicz, author of “The Pumpkin Plan” and director of outreach at Nextiva.com, surveyed the crowd as he stepped up to the microphone last Thursday night. At 24, Michalowicz and his family lived out of a retirement home. He had quit his job and decided to start his own business with no contacts, no experience […]