The Graphic hopes to provide insight “into where some of our community stands one year after our world completely changed.”
Mentally and physically processing one’s response to trauma can take different forms for each individual.
President Emeritus Andrew K. Benton reflects on the events of November 2018.
As the one-year anniversary of the Borderline Shooting and Woolsey Fire approaches and the campus reflects upon the tragedies, respect the healing process of those around you, whatever it may look like.
Art by Ally Armstrong This school year has been challenging for Pepperdine and the Malibu community to say the least. The traumatic nature of the shooting, fires, evacuations, protests and unpredictable weather has left students feeling as if they must make up for lost time. With multiple days of classes canceled in November and now […]
Members of the Pepperdine community honor Larry Donnell Kimmons, the African-American teenager whom a Pepperdine security guard shot and killed fifty years ago.
Though it may feel strange, a return to a regular schedule and a focus on mind, body and spirit healing will help to restore a student’s sense of calm and safety following recent traumatic events
Although social media can sometimes be a meaningless way to waste time, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram played key roles of communication in the days following the tragic Borderline shooting.
Alaina Housley’s suite in DeBell writes about their suitemate and friend.
Witness to the shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill tells her account of the attack