California passed a mandate banning in-person religious services last year, and now that in-person services are legal, churches are in varying states of re-opening. After almost a year of virtual services and gatherings, many church leaders and congregation members are anxious to return to in-person worship.
Pepperdine women’s soccer played its first game since the fall of 2019 this past Sunday as they begin their spring season in the COVID-19 era. It has been 450 days since Pepperdine women’s soccer played a game.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment introduces Isabella Cerna, who enjoys interacting with people and learning about business.
The Waves beat the Bruins 4-0 at Ralphs-Straus Tennis Center Wednesday.
Art by Peau Porotesano This past November, California raised the gas tax 12 cents, from 29.7 to 41.7 cents per gallon. With the rising gas prices, Pepperdine students are suffering from the costs of a tax that has no benefit for them at all. This overreaching tax is a complete waste of money for most […]
New Bracelet Technology Wards Off Shark Attacks
How California’s new smoking age legislation harmfully redefines adulthood
Photo courtesy of Creative Commons California’s State Assembly passed a bill Sept. 5 that will allow for physician-assisted suicide if Gov. Jerry Brown approves it. Physician-assisted suicide has been a controversial topic in California for some time, and the bill titled The End of Life Option Act has had to overcome some serious opposition. It […]
Conserving water depends on us all.
Photo by Allison Hubbard In response to California Gov. Jerry Brown’s January 2014 declaration that the statewide drought is in a State of Emergency and the government’s continuous call on communities to conserve water, many California universities are increasing their sustainable water practices. Pepperdine — which is listed as one of the Princeton Review’s 323 […]