Each day thousands of students utilize the buildings on campus. However, the names and stories behind them aren’t always at the forefront of their minds.
On Pepperdine’s campus, the Caf and the HAWC are student staples; they are the meeting grounds for many shared meals and ideals. Although, is the food really edible and available to all?
Pepperdine is quite different than what it was two years ago before COVID-19. However, now that we are back, let’s smile — even if it’s through masks of inconvenience.
The Good News Column is back! In the first Good News piece of the fall 2021 semester, News Editor Emily Shaw shares what makes Pepperdine feel like home for her, or more like who.
It’s easy for first-year students at Pepperdine to get stuck in an unappetizing rut as they are forced to pick a meal plan that costs thousands of dollars per year. To solve this, the University should offer first-year students the choice to cook for themselves by furnishing first-year dorms with full kitchens.
What students, the university, and Apple’s “Sleep Guru” have to say about beating the heat on campus.
Witness to the shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill tells her account of the attack
Graphic by Nate Barton Congratulations! You are an introvert. With the newfound knowledge of your introversion via Myers-Briggs test, BuzzFeed quiz, or your inability to look someone in the eye while talking, you have accrued an impressive amount of introversion street cred. This cred is quiet, discrete, bashful and may only be used to one-up […]
Photos by Megan Won Jael Villalobos wore a pair of black-framed glasses with which she occasionally fidgeted. She sat at a HAWC table in a gray cotton T-shirt and a long jean skirt with her hair down and natural. Her ears were unpierced — in fact, she didn’t have any jewelry on. And if one […]
Students hiked to the highest point in LA County and the San Gabriel Mountains this past Saturday, marking 11 miles round trip. This scenic location, otherwise known as Mt. Baldy, provides beautiful views, according to the Campus Recreation events description found online. The trip cost students $10, and included transportation, food and drinks. Denton Jones, […]