As Omicron spreads across the country, many Pepperdine students are finding themselves quarantining or isolating from their peers for 5 to 10 days. Students are scattered in hotels across Malibu and through the canyon and shared their similar experiences.
The Fine Print is a bi-weekly column written by Addison Whiten addressing problems at Pepperdine in a lighthearted and real way. This installment discusses our proximity to mountain lions, the unlikeliness of being attacked by one and how to successfully survive an encounter.
The Waves are off to a 10-7 start going into conference play after a huge win against No. 2 UC Berkeley. Can this momentum carry them through league play?
Body and Soul incorporates the five senses within a new piece of art, music, film or experience; showcasing what staff find meaningful. Life and Arts copy editor Yamillah Hurtado discusses her experience of watching the sunset at Point Dume State Beach.
In February, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a California church, lifting complete bans on in-person religious services. Joe Allgood reports on what that means for three California churches.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, the U.S. ranks highest in terms of total cases and total deaths worldwide. The Pepperdine community faces new challenges as the virus progresses.
Voting in local elections is just as important as the presidential election. Voters should do their research to make informed decisions that impact themselves and those that matter to them.
In an effort to combat racial inequality at Pepperdine, ethnic studies should be a required general education course. Such courses will further connect Pepperdine’s diverse community and address concerning matters to establish a positive change toward promoting equality.
Only 189 students remain on campus.
Administration made students aware of potential reductions of campus services Thursday.