Package ran live Feb. 7, for NewsWaves 32 The California Coastal Commission and the L.A. County Board of Supervisors remain invested in the proposition of low-impact camping in the Santa Monica Mountains — a move the Malibu City Council is not in favor of, Mayor Bruce Silverstein said. The debate has been ongoing since 2019, when the Council submitted its first letter of … [Read more...] about Malibu City Council Fights Against Low-Impact Camping
Photos courtesy of Jeni KeungArtist Jeni Keung poses in front of a carnival in Hong Kong. Keung said she chose Pepperdine because of her lifelong dream to study in Southern California.First-year Jeni Keung is an international student from Hong Kong. Despite never physically visiting Los Angeles or the Pepperdine campus, Keung said she has wanted to attend a college in the … [Read more...] about Fresh Faces: First-year Ready to Make Waves in the Los Angeles Music and Art Scene
Photos by Milan Loiacono, modeled by Kana Oyama and Shanelle Wilkins. Punk singer Iggy Pop once noted that money matters little to an artist's work but it's a huge factor in their prosperity. Whether it's lessons, instruments, ballet slippers or oil paint, art costs money. Artists are among some of the most passionate and determined people, often associated with images … [Read more...] about Artistic Privilege: How Does Socioeconomic Class Affect Artists?
Photos by Kat NanceThe convenient study rooms, a brand new Starbucks and an irresistible ocean view might make you never want to leave Payson library again. However, packing up your textbooks and heading to some new scenery might help boost your motivation and your GPA.When asked by Education Weekly, Psychologist Robert Bjork said that a change of scenery could increase both … [Read more...] about Why You Should Take a Break from the Library
Photos by Alexx CausleySanta Monica College recently received approval to start construction on their 27,500 square foot satellite campus in Malibu. At the groundbreaking ceremony on Friday, Sept. 21, elected officials such as Malibu Mayor Rick Mullen, LA County District 3 Supervisor Sheila Kuehl and Santa Monica Board of Trustees Chair Barry Snell spoke publicly about the … [Read more...] about Santa Monica College Begins Construction on Malibu Campus