Freshman Abby Wilt shares her favorite part about working from home plus her go-to Halloween costumes.
The ’Bu Yorker strives to tell fun stories from the perspective of a Pepperdine student in a way that engages readers and artists alike.
Pepperdine Women’s Volleyball Waves falls short to No. 12 Brigham Young University Cougars in three sets.
To the left is a monster and to the right, an open door. Through that open door is darkness. Whispers echo through the door from parents saying things like, “Just apply for some scholarships, that’s how I did it.” The monster whispers in your ear, “30 years, low-interest, you’ll pay it off in no time.” […]
The sequel to the 1978 horror film made its debut this weekend.
“Shirkers” tells a captivating story of teenage filmmakers and their long lost movie.
Photo by Bea Midesya Something sinister is approaching this Halloween, and it’s flu season. The Health Center’s annual event, Stick or Treat, took place on Oct. 26 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. The event was one of the first of several flu shot clinics held by the Health Center. At the event, students received flu […]
Photo by Ella Gonzalez Weekly Culture Collection is a column that gives the best things to eat, see and do near Pepperdine, Malibu and the surrounding Los Angeles area. It’s like The New Yorker’s Goings on About Town section but not as high-brow, and there is no dandy with an eyeglass. It also has nothing […]
Graphic courtesy of Monica Avila Maybe because of Halloween, or maybe because of a lack of sleep, this week we at the Graphic were feeling particularly clairvoyant. We were struck by the truth during a 30-second vision quest on the sands of Point Dume. Though no tea leaves were read in the process of this […]
The Board Brings Horror to Elkins