The Pepperdine community is mourning the loss of alumnus Will Noland (’22) who died Aug. 22, in Venice, Calif. Friends and family described Will as someone who loved others well and had a smile from “ear-to-ear” every day.
Various members of the Graphic staff traveled abroad over the summer with Pepperdine’s International Programs. Managing Editor Abby Wilt shares her experience at Pepperdine’s Florence, Italy program.
Pepperdine Art professor Yvette Gellis’ Verdure exhibition expresses freedom and joy through vibrant colors and expressive movements. Since coming out of isolation, Gellis said she has discovered a new side of herself as an artist.
The multi-genre performance group brings a new meaning to performance art.
Photos by Kat Nance The 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 […]
Three diverse singer-songwriters come together for an intimate night of acoustic music.
Food trucks galore, once-a-month, right in the heart of Venice. Students and food truck owners talk about their experiences and why they keep coming back.
Weekly Culture Collection is a column that gives the best things to eat, see and do near Pepperdine, Malibu and the surrounding Los Angeles area. It’s like The New Yorker’s Goings on About Town section but not as high-brow, and there is no dandy with an eyeglass. It also has nothing to do with New York.
From, art, food and shops, the annual festival in Venice had something for everyone.
Photo by Ella Gonzalez Weekly Culture Collection is a column that gives you the best things to eat, see and do at Pepperdine, Malibu and the surrounding Los Angeles area. It’s like The New Yorker’s Goings on About Town section but not as high-brow, and there is no dandy with an eyeglass. It also has […]