The game of basketball has told many stories and continues to spread joy. Sports Assistant Editor Jerry Jiang expresses his gratitude to basketball.
The world is becoming increasingly secularized and people are growing more anxious. Perhaps the antidote some are seeking is a spiritual one.
When stress starts to overwhelm, the companionship of a pet can provide comfort and clarity. News Assistant Reagan Phillips shares the joys of evening walks with an overexcited golden retriever.
With the closing of Pepperdine’s campus, Pepperdine students explore new hobbies as they adjust to life away from Malibu.
A new running club invites students to meet at Westward Beach every Tuesday for a relaxed way to get some exercise.
The first time I went to a boxing class was a year ago and I left halfway through. I didn’t think I would take a boxing class again, but ever since my friend talked about how good Rumble was, I wanted to give it another try. After taking one of their classes, I came to […]
Photos by Terra Atwood This isn’t about food. This isn’t about skin and bones. This is about stories and battles. Every eating disorder is a distinctive experience – these are the accounts of Pepperdine students who live with them every day. Mackie O’Malley, Freshman Freshman Mackie O’Malley ended up at Pepperdine because of her therapist. […]
Art by Peau Porotesano Running is one of the most basic forms of exercise; it requires nothing more than a pair of shoes and willpower. Long-distance running, defined by consecutively running at least 5 miles according to RunforWealth.com, can be physically draining to the human body, but it also has many mental benefits. People should […]
DIG Cycle and Strength in Calabasas has be hosting monthly “Ride for Change” classes. At the end of November, DIG is raising awareness for prostate/testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention with the Movember Foundation. NewsWaves 32 reporter Chad Jimenez shares more on Dig’s cycling and TRX classes.
According to a recent Los Angeles life expectancy analysis, Malibu is number two on the list, with an average life expectancy of 90 years. NewsWaves 32 reporter Alexa Garza shares more about what it s like being a senior citizen in Malibu.