Jackie Ferrari speaks out on high performance habits she learned from a mentor. Her advice is to be accountable and focus on quality over quantity when being productive.
Figuring out the next 40 years in the next four is unrealistic. College students shouldn’t stress about finding a life purpose so young.
The sun has reemerged, the flowers at Point Dume are in bloom and the butterflies have started their migration. It looks like that groundhog was right: Spring is coming. Spring back home in Seattle means the grass has regained its green hue, the trees are growing new leaves, the birds have begun to sing again […]
Airplanes: small metal tubes in which too many humans are seated side by side, row by row, for hours on end to make it to the place they actually want to go. Airplanes are silent, other than the loud clack of keyboards, the whistle of your air vent and the polite questions of flight attendants […]
The percentage of first-year college students in 2015 that returned for their second year was 74 percent, according to Kelly Field in her article “A Third of Your Freshmen Disappear. How Can You Keep Them?,” published June 3 by The Chronicle of Higher Education. The same article says that these rates have stayed around the […]
It’s important not just to work for the six-digit salary but to find work that is genuinely enjoyable
According to a recent Los Angeles life expectancy analysis, Malibu is number two on the list, with an average life expectancy of 90 years. NewsWaves 32 reporter Alexa Garza shares more about what it s like being a senior citizen in Malibu.
Research shows that there is no timeline of physical intimacy that people follow through the course of their lives. That’s why social comparison is arbitrary when it comes to first kisses.
Photos by Micah Lambert Freshman Michaela Wall is a ‘Pepperdine Legacy.’ Three generations of her family, reaching all the way back to her grandparents, have attended Pepperdine. Needless to say, she felt a unique mix of excitement and pressure when she too decided to attend. In particular, she felt pressure to declare a major before […]
Art by Peau Porotesano Pepperdine, by its very nature as a university, is full of multi-talented people, which is why it’s easy to feel outmatched by the natural talents of those around you. Talent does play a role in success, as Caroline Gregory’s Jan. 7, 2016 article “The Problem With Favoring Natural Talent Over Hard […]