Students with large followings on TikTok are speaking on the social media app taking over entertainment. They say it’s due to the short viewership attention span that has happened over time.
To some people, entertainment journalism may seem like celebrity gossip and red carpets — but entertainment journalists are telling real, important stories. Pepperdine alumnae and entertainment journalists Gabby Gonta and Kristin Vartan discuss the value of entertainment journalism and the impact it can have.
Austin Cadman is a Screen Arts major who transferred to Pepperdine in January 2019 and has now spent approximately half of his time studying at Pepperdine online. However, he continues to look forward to graduating this semester and finding a career within the entertainment industry.
Pepperdine Students share their experiences both working for and attending the 2020 Grammy Awards.
The Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts prepares for its upcoming season of new artists with Derina Harvey band concert.
Pepperdine’s fall performances are getting ready to open the curtains.
Films, TV shows and music all produced major hits over the summer.
Pepperdine Theatre Department’s Fresh Take on a Shakespeare Classic
Images by Kayla Lee Brittany O’Grady, a half-Black, half-White actress said that because of the way she looks, she often gets casted as a Latina. She also said she gets type-cast to play roles about troubled women and thinks those roles are often given to women of color. On Fox’s TV show “Star,” O’Grady, a […]
Everyone could use a dance break once in a while – and Malibu is offering the perfect place to do it. NewsWaves reporter Gabby Gonta joins residents as they dance the night away.