To some students, the shuttle schedule seems widely confusing, and users such as Alex Kolm wonder its effectiveness. Others, such as Christian Ferrari and Gabriel Claypool, combat Pepperdine’s hilly campus with alternate modes of transportation, whereas Kayla Nunn struggles with Pepperdine’s accessibility.
Many departments play a role in running Pepperdine and transportation services are no exception. Some of Pepperdine’s most beloved shuttle drivers discuss their day-to-day, outside hobbies and most memorable moments on the ride.
The transit department met with fourteen students in two separate sessions for feedback and suggestions.
Lack of parking continues to drain students’ time, prompting the need for innovative solutions.
A new and improved shuttle tracking app hits the App Store for IOS users.
Art by Peau Porotesano Welcome back to Pepperdine: the freshman class is larger, construction is everywhere, and there is literally nowhere to park. As students flood in for 8 a.m. classes and take all of the prime spots, there is little to no little-to-no hope for those arriving after 12 p.m. Although the campus is […]
Graphic by Haley Laningham Pepperdine Probz knows your Pepperdine struggles, and this week we are here to reflect on a sincere pain of the shuttle lifestyle. It’s 9:50 a.m. and you’re driving on campus to get to class when, suddenly, a moral dilemma of Pepperdine proportions is presented. Do you blow by the shuttle stop […]