A new technology law in California is protecting consumers’ information, but it is not doing enough to stop the collection and selling of data altogether.
Ten students share their voting plans as the 2020 election season begins in March.
Los Angeles’ newest soccer team kicked off its third season with an international match Jan. 25.
The former CEO of Carl’s Jr. joins Pepperdine as a speaker and mentor for students at the School of Public Policy.
An emotional homecoming is a major milestone in Malibu’s rebuilding process.
The First Wave Program launched a mentoring service available to first-generation college students needing help navigating the higher education system.
These students will be hearing the graduation song and wedding bells all in the same year — or even month.
Creating a Department of Parking, along with initiatives such as valet services, would relieve stress caused by Pepperdine’s current parking catastrophe.
Some urban-dwellers have never seen the stars. But the culprit, light pollution, impacts more than just sky visibility.