Pepperdine alumni in the journalism industry share how they’ve been working during the pandemic.
In the unique position of rebuilding while having the country’s top player, No. 6 Pepperdine Women’s Tennis prepares for their upcoming season.
For Secretary DeVos, changing the education system is a matter of changing the status quo.
Photo by Sherry Yang Ever since I was young, I associated family with food. My mom, dad and I would eat at the dinner table every night and talk about how our day went. My extended family would gather at my grandmother’s house and eye the many dishes she spent all day preparing. Food always […]
The Waves had their best offensive display of the season against Michigan State on Friday, but dropped the next two to lose the three-game series.
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 […]
Detroit is the go-to punchline of every insecure pundit and wannabe economist. It is fodder for Reddit and Bill Maher. It is the raised eyebrow and the half-grin of so many casual introductions. But Detroit — while it is in a dismal state right now — is more than a site for film producers to […]
Women’s soccer experienced a decisive 2-0 defeat at the hands of Michigan in Ann Harbor on Friday. This was the first loss of the season for the Waves. Michigan, ranked at No. 11, posed fierce competition for the No. 22-ranked Waves. Michigan took the lead within the first five minutes of the game with a […]