Body and Soul incorporates the five senses within a new piece of art, music, film or experience; showcasing what staff find meaningful. Life and Arts Assistant Addison Whiten shares her experience spending a day at Disneyland with her family.
It’s spooky season — but Pepperdine must be tricking us because there is no Halloween spirit. Pepperdine needs to treat its community to a more Halloween -esque atmosphere.
Body and Soul incorporates the five senses within a new piece of art, music, film or experience; showcasing what staff members find meaningful. Life and Arts Editor Beth Gonzales takes the reader on a terrifying journey into the many mazes of Universal Halloween Horror Nights.
Watching Halloween movies each year is a traditional and beloved way to celebrate the holiday. While many of these films center around the holiday, there are endless movies that aren’t explicitly “Halloween movies,” which should also be viewed to get into the spirit of the season.
Halloween is a season where many can enjoy delicious themed snacks. Pepperdine students and faculty share their input on favorite treats to try during the holiday.
Dressing up on Halloween is a tradition celebrated by most. From costume classics to trendy takes, students share their past Halloween costumes and offer new ideas for this year.
It’s Halloween season and the Pepperdine community is getting ready to celebrate the fear-filled day. It’s time to take a look at the history of the spooky holiday and some urban legends that haunt us.
Walt Disney’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas” came out in October 1993 and still has one of the most creative plots of any holiday film today. Jack Skellington and Sally have the greatest love story of the afterlife.
As Halloween kicks off the start of the holiday season, Pepperdine students find creative ways to celebrate. Whether it’s pumpkin carving or Zoom movie nights, everyone is adapting to the socially-distanced holiday.
They say every theater has a ghost. Smothers Theatre appears to have had two.