Major League Baseball enacted a new housing policy in 2021, benefitting minor league players. Five current or former minor leaguers spoke about the conditions and challenges of working their way to the big leagues.
First-year Stephen Weinstock details how he seeks to invest his time into philanthropy to better the world around him. Weinstock wants others to understand the value of giving back.
Parents spent the past year watching their students adapt to online learning and a new virtual reality. Now with schools, including Pepperdine, starting to open, parents have mixed feelings about sending their students back.
Many social activists advocate for abolishing “tampon tax” because they regard it as discriminatory and sexist. Nonetheless, abolishing “tampon tax” might not be the best way to promote women’s wellbeing.
The fall 2020 special edition of the Graphic explores Pepperdine, Malibu and the world by the numbers.
Collegiate athletics has become a billion-dollar business with universities profiting off the revenue made, but circumstances have changed drastically due to COVID-19.
The Senior Spotlight is a weekly series that gives seniors the opportunity to share their accomplishments and advice with the Pepperdine community. While at Pepperdine, transfer Jared Maguire has been building campus life through being a part of the Inter-Club Council and Student Programming Board.
An inside look behind Pepperdine’s governing body.
Pepperdine discontinues weddings in Stauffer Chapel to free up availabilty as well as to resolve complications with the university’s tax-exempt status.
Art by Ally Armstrong The rays of sun that come through the windows of Eden Sigma invite a clear view outside. The sky is usually a serene blue. The view of the ocean makes it feel like the balcony of a hotel, so does the prevalence of luxury cars shining in the RHO parking lot […]