Pepperdine alumna and former Graphic Executive Editor Allison Lee shares her story surviving the Borderline shooting and sheltering-in-place due to the Woolsey Fire on Nov. 7-10, 2018. Lee recounts the highs and lows of overcoming trauma and the journey of a pie.
Pepperdine’s transition to online classes and requirement that students leave campus for the rest of the semester has many feeling devastated.
Dawn Megli, a reporter for the Thousand Oaks Acorn, writes profiles on the survivors and the families of the victims of the Borderline Shooting.
One year after tragedy struck the Borderline Bar and Grill, the Thousand Oaks community pays tribute to the victims and survivors by opening a Healing Garden memorial at the Conejo Creek Park.
PGM Copy Chief Gabrielle Mathys reflects on how the senior class as a whole has experienced more trauma than any other.
With a past filled with pain, Pepperdine pushes forward with its new freshman class.
Through the loss of a daughter, father Arik Housley and his family have created a mission of positivity and kindness.
Eyewitnesses are sharing their stories of the Borderline Shooting. Timothy Dominguez was inside Borderline Bar & Grill during the shooting Wednesday night. Dominguez was at the bar with his son. When Dominguez heard shots being fired, he quickly ducked down and told his son to do the same. “I said ‘let’s go, let’s go, let’s […]
Authorities have identified the gunman in the Borderline Bar and Grill shooting as 29-year-old David Ian Long. Long was a resident of Thousand Oaks and used a .45-caliber handgun that was legally purchased. Long was a Marine Corps veteran and had previous encounters with the law. Twelve people, including Ventura County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Ron […]