The Malibu City Council is continuing the fight to make PCH safer for drivers and pedestrians. At the Jan. 21 city council meeting, city leaders discussed PR campaigns and traffic calming measures to slow drivers down and reduce reckless driving. The council unanimously approved the exploration of additional safety measures three months after the deadly PCH crash that claimed … [Read more...] about Malibu Continues the Fight to Make PCH Safe
Art by Vivian Hsia Transparency Item: The Perspectives section of the Graphic is comprised of articles based on opinion. This is the opinion and perspective of the writer. Mixed Martial Arts started as a fringe sport — its humble beginnings were at UFC in Denver, with a measly audience of just 7,800. Fighters from across the world from different disciplines like Taekwondo, … [Read more...] about Opinion: Combat Sports Make People Less Violent
Art by Samantha Miller Stalking, sexual assault and rape are not light offenses — but Title IX officials and administrators can only do so much. Students need to self-advocate for safety in regard to sex. Pepperdine students participated in online classes for 17 months due to the pandemic, but since August have returned to in-person experiences. With the return of in-person … [Read more...] about Staff Editorial: Title IX Reports — Helping or Hurting?
Students walk to class on the first day back to in-person learning. Classes started as planned Jan. 13 at Pepperdine. Photo by Abby WiltAfter three days of online learning, Seaver College resumed in-person classes. Classes started on ground Jan. 13, and students said they have mixed feelings about the return. Pepperdine reported 543 COVID-19 cases Jan. 12 within the community … [Read more...] about Mixed Reviews: Pepperdine Resumes In-Person Learning
Being tucked away in the Santa Monica Mountains gives Pepperdine its characteristic sweeping ocean views and adds a nice element of privacy and security on campus.As we enjoy our mountainous home and bask in the California sunlight, it can be easy to forget about some of our furry neighbors lurking nearby. While seeing deer by the CCB or a bunny on Lower Dorm Road is a fun … [Read more...] about The Fine Print: The Essential Mountain Lion Preparedness Guide