Students visited San Francisco the weekend of March 18-20 where they learned about a variety of social justice movements. The annual trip featured four groups which discovered different eras and parts of the city.
The annual trip to San Francisco was postponed over concerns of COVID-19. The trip aimed to educate students on social justice movements and provide an opportunity to travel.
Women’s Indoor Volleyball dominated their last pre-season opponent in a win over VCU. The Waves are now in the midst of conference play, and will look to build off their early-season momentum.
Pepperdine Women’s Volleyball defeated UC Irvine 3-0 on Wednesday after a big comeback in the second set. The Waves then fell to UC Santa Barbara on Friday in their final match before WCC play.
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Photos by Madison Harwell Sophomore Marian Muegge walked the wide streets and narrow alleys of San Francisco’s Chinatown last weekend while a tour guide spoke about the historical area. The tour was part of the Year2Malibu educational trip to San Francisco, in which students visit museums, tour the city and discuss historical movements. The program […]
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 […]
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Photo by Nate Barton When traveling to or from San Francisco, it is easy to take U.S. Highway 101 as the fastest and easiest route. But if the goal is scenic beauty and interesting detours, a trip along U.S. Highway 1 can be a road trip to remember. Here is an itinerary for the wandering […]
Photo by Arin DeGroff Although many think of field trips as low impact sight seeing excursions, students engaged in a recent trip that made them rethink their previous notions. Students involved in the Sophomore Experience: Year two celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a trip to San Francisco last weekend. This educational-themed trip, deemed […]