11 episodes

Welcome to the Graph, Pepperdine Graphic Media's news podcast. Listen to in-depth analysis from some of Pepperdine University's most prominent stories. Episodes air weekly. Hosted by news editor James Moore.

The Graph Pepperdine Graphic Media

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Welcome to the Graph, Pepperdine Graphic Media's news podcast. Listen to in-depth analysis from some of Pepperdine University's most prominent stories. Episodes air weekly. Hosted by news editor James Moore.

    What Coronavirus Means for Pepperdine Sports

    What Coronavirus Means for Pepperdine Sports

    Last week, the NCAA suspended the championships for all of their winter and spring sports. The decision affects 10 of Pepp's Division 1 teams. In today's episode, sports editor Karl Winter breaks down how this decision came to be, and it's implications for the future. Listen in, and tell us what you think. Email us at peppgraphic@gmail.com. Follow James Moore on Twitter: @james25moore. If you’re interested in advertising with “The Graph,” write to us at PeppGraphicAdvertising@gmail.com. “The Graph” is made by Kaelin Mendez, Channa Steinmetz, Madeline Carr, Jeremy Zerbe, Natalie Rulon, Elizabeth Smith, and Courtenay Stallings. This episode was recorded in the KWVS podcast studio studio. “The Graph” is a Pepperdine Graphic Media production.

    • 24 min
    Pepperdine Goes Remote

    Pepperdine Goes Remote

    On Tuesday, Pepperdine released that they would be suspending the Buenos Aires and London abroad programs due to Coronavirus. On Wednesday morning, the student body was notified that classes would be held remotely, and anyone who lived on campus must go home. In This Week’s Episode: Ashley Mowreader and Rowan Toke report on the suspension of the B.A. and London programs. Kayiu Wong and Austin Hall report on student’s reactions immediately following President Gash’s email. Emily Shaw reports on SGA’s reactions to the email in their weekly meeting. Kyle McCabe talks with Phil Phillips, Pepperdine’s senior VP of Administration. Listen in, and tell us what you think. Email us at peppgraphic@gmail.com. Follow James Moore on Twitter: @james25moore. If you’re interested in advertising with “The Graph,” write to us at PeppGraphicAdvertising@gmail.com. “The Graph” is made by Kaelin Mendez, Camryn Gordon, Channa Steinmetz, Robbie McMurray Madeline Carr, Jeremy Zerbe, Natalie Rulon, Elizabeth Smith, and Courtenay Stallings. This episode was recorded in the KWVS podcast studio studio. “The Graph” is a Pepperdine Graphic Media production.

    • 28 min
    Florence’s Suspension Leads to a Late Night in the Graphic Newsroom

    Florence’s Suspension Leads to a Late Night in the Graphic Newsroom

    On Wednesday, as the Graphic newsroom prepared to put together the pages for the Thursday paper, news broke that the Florence program was suspended for the remainder of the spring semester. In This Week’s Episode: Behind-the-scenes coverage of how the Graphic news team put together four stories about cornovirus’ impact on the Pepperdine community in the hours following the news of the Florence program’s suspension. Listen in, and tell us what you think. Email us at peppgraphic@gmail.com. Follow James Moore on Twitter: @james25moore. If you’re interested in advertising with “The Graph,” write to us at PeppGraphicAdvertising@gmail.com. “The Graph” is made by Kaelin Mendez, Channa Steinmetz, Madeline Carr, Jeremy Zerbe, Natalie Rulon, Elizabeth Smith, and Courtenay Stallings. This episode was recorded in the KWVS podcast studio studio. “The Graph” is a Pepperdine Graphic Media production.

    • 15 min
    A Crime at Stinkies

    A Crime at Stinkies

    On February 8th, the L.A. County Sheriff's Department put out a report of a sexual battery that occurred at 23900 Civic Center Way, known to Pepperdine students as the Stinkies. In this week's episode, Assistant news editor Lindsey Sullivan reports on the break-in and sexual assault of a Pepperdine student at her off-campus apartment at "the Stinkies," and the arrest of the transient man accused of the crime. Listen in, and tell us what you think. Email us at peppgraphic@gmail.com. Follow James Moore on Twitter: @james25moore. If you’re interested in advertising with “The Graph,” write to us at PeppGraphicAdvertising@gmail.com. “The Graph” is made by Kaelin Mendez, Camryn Gordon, Channa Steinmetz, Madeline Carr, Jeremy Zerbe, Natalie Rulon, Elizabeth Smith, and Courtenay Stallings. This episode was recorded in the KWVS podcast studio studio. “The Graph” is a Pepperdine Graphic Media production.

    • 17 min
    Bringing Home Shanghai

    Bringing Home Shanghai

    A behind-the-scenes look into the university's decision to suspend the Shanghai program's spring semester. In This Week’s Episode news assistant Emily Shaw reports on how the Student Health Center has prepared for the coronavirus, along with student insights of the return of the program to the Malibu campus. Background Reading - Emily and James’ story from this week. Our initial reporting on the suspension of the program from last week. Listen in, and tell us what you think. Email us at peppgraphic@gmail.com. Follow James Moore on Twitter: @james25moore. If you’re interested in advertising with “The Graph,” write to us at PeppGraphicAdvertising@gmail.com.

    • 14 min
    Reporting Kobe

    Reporting Kobe

    When the Graphic heard reports that Kobe Bryant had died in a fatal helicopter accident in Calabasas, five Graphic reporters immediately rushed to the scene. In today's episode, ?sports editor Karl Winter, assistant news editor Kyle McCabe, and staff writer Ali Levens recall their experiences reporting on the tragedy. Follow the Pepperdine Graphic on Twitter @PeppGraphic | www.pepperdine-graphic.com

    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

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Great job!

Wow! The content and production are so incredible. It blows any other college radio podcast out of the water and paves a new way for students’ voices to be heard. A much needed podcast in the Pepperdine community and beyond. Excited to see how this grows!!

Hadbiggy ,

Wow!

This is a really well done podcast. The first episode covers a topic important to Pepperdine and sheds light to it in a clear way. I am excited for more episodes to come out. Keep up the good work.

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