What is seemingly one of the most talked about films this year, Olivia Wilde’s “Don’t Worry Darling” touches on utopia and hidden secrets. The film stars Harry Styles and Florence Pugh and includes much off-screen drama.
Going to a concert after the past years of isolation can feel like a different experience than concerts before the COVID-19 pandemic. News Assistant Tanya Yarian talks about the excitement of trying new things as we adjust to a new normal.
Petty Perspectives is a column highlighting the rants and thoughts everyone thinks but never get a chance to put into words. This time, we hear from Life and Arts Editor Beth Gonzales, who believes Harry Styles is the greatest artist of all time.
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.
Petty Perspectives is a column highlighting the rants and thoughts everyone thinks but never gets a chance to put into words. This time, we hear from Liza Esquibias and Samantha Torre, who share support for Swifties too afraid to take their love public.
For many, music evokes emotions for listeners on first, second and hundredth listen — blaring break-up songs and moody melodies are desirable to those embracing heartbreak. Beth Gonzales highlights the saddest songs of ache and inspiration for the Pepperdine community.
The art of songwriting has brought the greatest joy and understanding of the world to artists all around. Life & Arts Assistant Editor Beth Gonzales shares her love for designing new melodies that have yet to be heard.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this year’s Grammy Awards are now March 14 instead of January, so winning artists would get their chance to walk across the stage. After nominee backlash, Grammy newbies and anticipated performers, this year’s awards have it all.