As cliché as it may sound, life is made most enjoyable when laughing and connecting with pals around you. Life and Arts Editor Beth Gonzales shares her good news comes from re-connecting with friends and loved ones after being abroad this past spring.
Through recent and older examples of the evolution of boy bands, students share what defines these groups. Pepperdine boy band fans express their opinions about these male musical groups.
Kevin Romar details his journey into becoming a DJ at Firestone Fieldhouse. Romar rose to fame within the skateboarding community and eventually made the change to becoming a DJ.
Playlists demonstrate one’s relationship to music, something that can be so personal and vulnerable. Students explain their process and purpose for making and sharing playlists.
Season 4 of “Stranger Things” displayed the transformative power of music and its effects on mental health. Pepperdine music professors and a licensed psychologist weigh in on how music affects mood, memory, and more.
Welcome to Small Studio Sessions — a PGM podcast highlighting the wonderful musical talents of the Pepperdine Community.
Students take a walk down memory lane as they speak on the shows they went to this summer. They said that they have a newfound appreciation for concerts after the pandemic.
Calling all music lovers at Pepperdine! Here’s a guide to bucket-list worthy venues and music artists to look out for when scoping out the concert scene.
The Student Programming Board hosted Pacific Sounds Music and Arts Festival 2022 on Alumni Park on Saturday, March 26. Senior and Event Planner for the Board Zoë Walsh said she hopes the art, dancing, music, food and community at PSMA signified the resurgence of joy on campus as life returns to normal.
Professor of Music Melanie Emelio began her journey with Pepperdine in 2000. After 22 years, she is retiring.