A number of past Graphic articles bred controversy on campus, including ones on student DUIs, car crashes, Kenneth Starr and drugs. Three former Graphic reporters comment on approaching controversy with objectivity and a focus on telling all sides of the story.
Pepperdine alumni in the journalism industry share how they’ve been working during the pandemic.
At a time when most people fear the coronavirus, Asian Americans face an added threat as reports of racism and hate crimes increase.
Clegg was the first female faculty member to be pregnant at Pepperdine and to be named one of the university’s few distinguished professors.
As the semester reaches its close, PGM seniors give advice on how to sail through Pepperdine without a hitch.
When Pepperdine decided to send everyone home, students were met with uncertainty and logistical dilemmas.
Students share the stress and anxiety behind being suddenly forced to figure out how to leave Pepperdine.
Only 189 students remain on campus.
On Wednesday morning, the student body was notified that classes would be held remotely, and anyone who lived on campus must go home.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases within the Pepperdine community has increased over the course of five days.