Photo by Katrina Warme I was sound asleep when I was abruptly awakened by the pleasant voice of the flight attendant announcing our descent. I pushed the window cover up, and I saw the promised land for the first time with my own eyes. This was the land I was told flowed with milk and […]
Photo by Katrina Warme Religion is a pretty nebulous idea for most college students, even at a Christian school like Pepperdine. All faith journeys are valid, whether you are firm in your religious views, searching for answers or not interested at all, but I believe that the answers to the search for religious validity can […]
Photos by Katrina Warme The sweat of legends past permeates the Vaucluse Lounge as Timsh’l takes the stage for their final sound check before the show. The minimalistic venue that is the former home of Charlie Chaplin once hosted the likes of Janis Joplin and Bob Dylan and, unfortunately, hasn’t installed an air-conditioner since. It’s […]
Photo by Katrina Warme A majority of college students are probably familiar with the term bar hopping, and it is likely that many of them (21 and older, that is) can attest to the advantages (or disadvantages) of staggering from bar to bar, trying different drinks and listening to the varieties of substandard Jukebox tunes. […]
Students and faculty are calling for more environmentalist action at Pepperdine. The Eden Dorm is a start.
Photos by Zach Le A completely student-led Dance In Flight takes the stage tonight as they kick off another year with performances beginning at 8 p.m. and will continue through Saturday evening. Dance In Flight’s future was unsure when the previous directors of the show left. However, DIF student director Melinda Marchiano and the other […]
After scaling Half Dome at the age of 6, senior Katrina Warme details her love of rock climbing and how she learned to move past her fears.
Members of currents staff drove all over the state to share their favorite California parks and to inspire your next road trip.
Photos by Julia Naman Free coffee, free cookies and free canteens were enough to create a line of students out the door of the Sandbar on Friday night. Oh yeah, and the free musical entertainment may have had something to do with the crowd. The Board hosted its second Coffeehouse of the semester, featuring acoustic […]