With COVID-19 impacting supply chains nationwide, the remote Hawaiian islands face the task of food sustainability.
The senior star reflects on his hesitant start to a volleyball career that took him to Pepperdine, and he shares his post-grad plans.
Art by Peau Porotesano As the final whistle blew and the game came to an end, the Waves were showered with alohas and handmade leis from senior midfielder Ally Holtz’s mother and sister. Even though the Waves ended in a scoreless game against the Washington State University Cougars and a 2-0 loss to the UCLA […]
Photo by Gretchen Andsager Alumni Park will be undergoing an exotic transformation as the Pepperdine Hawaii club is preparing to host its 14th annual luau on Saturday. This year’s theme is Nā Mele Makamae O Hawai’i, which luau coordinator Catherine Kern translated as, “‘Hawaii’s greatest hits’, so it’s going to be a lot of somewhat famous […]
Photo by Alysha Tsuji The weekend’s wet weather delayed the women’s tennis match for an hour on March 1, pushing back the start time to around 12:15 p.m. Under gloomy skies and a light drizzle, the Waves began singles play against the visiting team, Hawaii, for 20 minutes until the rain picked up again. In […]