Photo by Megan Williams Communication Professor Anastasia Triviza experienced culture shock when she first moved to Los Angeles. Having grown up in Greece, she later studied in New York City for her master’s degree. Once in LA, she soon realized she needed a car to get from one place to another. “I thought I could […]
Currents Editor Makena Huey shares her perspective on feminism and her aspirations for this edition of the magazine.
They are one of the best places to catch up on celebrity news or see them. Despite the decline of newsstands in the Los Angeles area, the Malibu newsstand is still standing. NewsWaves reporter Kristin Vartan gets a closer look on what makes this little kiosk a local favorite.
Photo by Cecily Breeding Dear reader, Less than 5 percent of my high school graduating class left the state of Michigan for college. I went the farthest. When I told them that my destination was California, their eyes widened as they mentally compared a brutal Detroit winter with Christmas on the beach. When I arrived […]
Dear reader, In your hands is something that has been a dream of mine for five years. These simply bound pages with all their vivid pictures and thoughtful content are a piece of me. I have given all I can to make this award worthy for the school that I love. This magazine is the […]
Submissions for this year’s Global Tides magazine closed Tuesday. Global Tides is the university’s student-led and peer-reviewed undergraduate research journal that is intended “to showcase the finest writings of Pepperdine undergraduates and further the academic standing of the university” by publishing the highest quality work that students have produced, according to senior editor Andrew Krawtz. […]