Pepperdine faces updated county guidance as it continues to deliver on-ground, in-person services for students, faculty and staff. Latest changes per LA County Public Health guidance will impact mega events as well as quarantine measures for unvaccinated individuals.
LA County Department of Public Health
In light of Pepperdine’s obedience to both county and federal guidelines pertaining to COVID-19, some community members remain upset at such policies. It’s time to stop complaining and start embracing such protocols.
California passed a mandate banning in-person religious services last year, and now that in-person services are legal, churches are in varying states of re-opening. After almost a year of virtual services and gatherings, many church leaders and congregation members are anxious to return to in-person worship.
Is it fair that Chick-fil-A made it onto campus before most students? Pepperdine must come together to bring all students back on campus.
As Pepperdine’s Malibu campus partially reopens for limited in-person activity, social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, are allowing community members to distribute information and share personal reactions.
With two COVID-19 vaccines officially Federal Drug Administration emergency approved, vaccine rollout is slowly picking up speed in California. Pepperdine community members share their experiences getting vaccinated and look to the future mass vaccination could create.
Pepperdine prohibits students from coming to campus and has closed on-campus resources as a result of restrictive LA Department of Health protocols. Campus access and in-person resources are unlikely to become available this semester, according to Vice President for Student Affairs Connie Horton.