Photos courtesy of Facebook and Twitter Family members of freshman Alaina Housley announced this morning that she is one of the 12 victims killed in the shooting at the Borderline Bar & Grill on Wednesday night. Her uncle, Adam Housley and his wife, Tamera Mowry-Housley released a joint statement Thursday morning stating that their niece […]
Art by Caitlin Roark Unite Pepp started out this semester with another demonstration. For the second time since this group’s creation last semester, they took over the Freedom Wall to bring a message to the Pepperdine community: Even though the Good Samaritan Policy was rewritten, more steps need to be taken for students to use […]
The percentage of first-year college students in 2015 that returned for their second year was 74 percent, according to Kelly Field in her article “A Third of Your Freshmen Disappear. How Can You Keep Them?,” published June 3 by The Chronicle of Higher Education. The same article says that these rates have stayed around the […]
Annabelle Childers discusses her journey to release “The Start” and where she gets her inspiration
A larger than expected incoming freshman class size helps create more revenue for the university.
Upperclassmen offer words of wisdom to new Waves
Women’s Basketball adds two guards to their three-person recruiting class for the 2018-19 season.
Photo by Chad Jimenez “I just really love the Pepperdine community here and I have been growing and getting to know the freshman, particularly this year. I feel like it is our duty as upperclassmen to make sure that our freshman are having the experience that we had. I also really love stale flamin’ hot […]
Photo by Chad Jimenez “I think the one word to sum up everything right now is ‘overwhelming.’ So much information is hitting me at once and I’m just mostly excited though, now that we have said goodbye to our parents, and everything is starting to get exciting, I think what I’m most excited for in […]
Students reminisced and learned about life abroad at The Return