Pepperdine University has created another fitness gym for students to use. Although, a better use of time, money and space would have been to make it a parking area for the students.
To some students, the shuttle schedule seems widely confusing, and users such as Alex Kolm wonder its effectiveness. Others, such as Christian Ferrari and Gabriel Claypool, combat Pepperdine’s hilly campus with alternate modes of transportation, whereas Kayla Nunn struggles with Pepperdine’s accessibility.
With the challenges COVID-19 poses on student life this year, quarantine and isolation are difficult to navigate as well, said Maura Page, director of Residence Life. Students have voiced confusion and concerns over the facilities and communication with the University during these times, saying adapting is hard on everyone.
Parking issues have caused headaches for the Graphic staff writers. The entire Pepperdine community must work together to alleviate the parking woes, and the stakes have never been higher.
The Center for Sustainability is placing 10 new dual charging stations at the Drescher Graduate Campus as a response to student demand.
Photo by Cassandra Stephenson “Rho,” a student-made shuttle-tracking app that appeared on the Apple App Store in September, has been removed from the app store. The app’s creator, Micah Benn, said he was asked to remove his app from the store by DoubleMap, a transit tracking vendor, in partnership with Pepperdine in a recent email. […]
Pepperdine University does not offer a Computer Science major at Seaver College, but over the past two years there has been demand from students on campus.
A new and improved shuttle tracking app hits the App Store for IOS users.