LA County has one of the highest concentrations of unhoused people in the country. Alongside the growing rate of homelessness in cities like Malibu and Santa Monica, such concerns can be alleviated by adding safe and secure overnight parking lots for those living out of their vehicles.
SMMUSD recently announced plans to begin carrying out in-person classes. With pleas to reopen being ignored, LAUSD is left wondering when it can do the same.
This 34-year-old tradition returns with new changes in place.
Recently deceased Richard Kampmann, a former cross country coach at Pepperdine, left fond memories for his athletes and colleagues.
Photos Courtsey of Hunter Peters “Diversity Work$” was the latest event hosted by Pepperdine’s Institute for Entertainment, Media and Culture on Friday, Nov. 4. Craig Detweiler, along with others from the institute, hosted the event to focus on the benefits of more representative entertainment. The event featured a series of speakers from companies such as […]
Photo Courtesy of Denise Ferguson The Pepperdine chapter of Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) hosted an alumni panel of four public relations professionals in the travel, tourism and hospitality industries, who gave specific advice to students based on their individual interests. PRSSA hosted the panel in lieu of the e-board’s biweekly meeting March […]
Photos by Zach Le To be quite honest, we were late to Tune-Yards’ performance.Parking in Santa Monica is a paradox in itself, and my three friends and I hustled down Broadway Street dodging skateboarders and snake proprietors to catch what we could of the show. It was the last of Santa Monica Pier’s Twilight Concert […]
Here we are, just a few weeks left of school, and I’m that senior who is and isn’t ready to graduate. I find myself lying awake at night reflecting upon my college experience and my transition from the lower east side of Manhattan to the lower West Coast. California and my experience, at Pepperdine are […]
We shouldn’t define love by our labels
The Santa Monica Pier Aquarium allows guests to pet and feed sharks weekly to help reduce fears