For some on campus, it seems like it’s easier to get punished for having consensual sex than it is for a student to get punished for possibly committing a Title IX offense.
Pepperdine resumed in-person classes Jan. 13, despite several hundred positive COVID-19 cases among students. Community members shared mixed feelings about returning amid Omicron.
The Fine Print is a bi-weekly column written by Addison Whiten addressing problems at Pepperdine in a lighthearted and real way. This installment discusses our proximity to mountain lions, the unlikeliness of being attacked by one and how to successfully survive an encounter.
Under the watch of the moon, nighttime is a sacred period of renewal and rest. Copy Chief Tiffany Hall shares how she gains happiness during the darkest time of day.
We cannot change campus opening — that’s happening no matter what — but we should each be responsible to ourselves and others, no matter what that looks like for the individual person. We’ve been resilient; let’s stay vigilant.
Pepperdine welcomed students back to the Malibu campus Wednesday, Feb. 24, for limited in-person activities. Administrators shared their hopes for future progress reopening throughout the semester.
Abroad in South Korea is a series that discusses South Korean life and culture through my personal experiences. This installment explores the process of traveling to another country in the age of COVID-19.
Pepperdine Athletics has taken strict protocols and measures to ensure the safe return of its student-athletes to campus for practices, training and competition.
Pepperdine’s community alerts about sexual assault should be in-line with police alerts, and the terms need a clear definition.
Student and resident of local apartment complex, home to many Pepp students, recovers from a late-night break-in.