A usually crowded Seaver Drive sits almost empty as campus remains closed for the fall 2020 semester. Photo by Kayiu WongWith the announcement of a completely remote fall 2020 semester, most Pepperdine students faced the decision to stay home or find off-campus housing if possible. Some students, however, will still live on campus in Malibu this fall.Campus housing is closed … [Read more...] about Living on Campus During Fall 2020
The Pixel is Pepperdine Graphic Media’s weekly newsletter that highlights our top stories and breaks down what you need to know. Sign up to receive the Pixel in your inbox: https://forms.gle/AxrcdD4aonNrGyBH9 … [Read more...] about The Pixel COVID-19 Special Edition: March 26, 2020
Sign marking the entrance to Eden House, located next to Seaside Residence Hall. Photos by Milan Loiacono When the Eden Project officially opened in Sept. 2015, Pepperdine saw a bright future for its new sustainability residence, according to Chris Doran, founder and coordinator of the Sustainability minor. In the past three years, however, the project has … [Read more...] about State of Eden Project Raises Questions about Pepperdine’s Sustainability
YES: I think sophomores should live on campus because they are still getting used to the college environment and are at such a young age; they are at the point in life where they still need social and spiritual guidance. Also, since many sophomores go abroad, the students who stay here are able to get an opportunity to make new friends. Living on campus offers sophmores a … [Read more...] about Face Off: Should sophomores be required to live on campus?