Petty Perspectives is a column highlighting the rants and thoughts everyone thinks but never gets a chance to put into words. This time, we hear from Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Editor AJ Muonagolu, who praises the power of the potato.
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The city asked for the dinners to stop, but volunteers have brought them back in full force
It might be the greatest time of the year, but going back home for the holiday may include having to deal with some not so great family members. “How is school?” “Are you dating someone?” “What are your plans after college?” “You look fat/thin.” “When are you going to get a real job?” Whether it […]
A hand up, not a hand out – Malibu volunteer organizations are doing their part in providing for the local homeless. NewsWaves 32 anchor Jennevieve Fong shares more about the weekly dinners offered to those in need.
Photo by Emily Combias On June 26, the former Coogie’s Beach Cafe on Malibu Colony Road, a Malibu staple for over 20 years, reopened under a new name, Ollo. Owned by the same family, Ollo’s completely refurnished interior and new upscale menu, featuring Californian cuisine with a Mediterranean-Italian twist, has proven to attract a nonstop […]
Photos by Jenna Aguilera A crowd of men and women bedecked in suits, ties and dresses buzzed with conversation over the sound of live jazz music. They were gathered at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel to celebrate a record-breaking success in Pepperdine’s fundraising history: the Campaign for Pepperdine, which surpassed the goal of $450 million to […]
Photo by Marie Meneses The words “fiesta” and “vida” automatically come to mind when I think of my Mexican roots. Coming to Pepperdine, I realized it would not be a simple feat finding people with similar backgrounds as mine. I know there are Hispanic students here; however, it is not always easy to find them. […]