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Any more information about the Malibu CTY experience form former campers would be greatly appreciated.
Aerial view of Pepperdine University
|Year of Operation||2002|
|Avg. Number of Students||150|
|Humanities||Model United Nations and Advanced Geography|
|Writing||Heroes and Villains | Writing and Imagination | Elements of Drama|
|Math and Computer Science||Introduction to Computing | Inductive and Deductive Reasoning | Individually Paced Mathematics Sequence|
|Science||Biology of the Senses | Flight Science | Science and Engineering|
Malibu was a Baby CTY site at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. It was shut down in 2002 when the location was moved to Loyola Marymount University.
Pepperdine University was founded in September of 1937 by George Pepperdine. They were flourishing in Los Angeles, until they didn't have enough room for just one campus. They were given a grant of 138 acres in Malibu in 1968. The Malibu campus did not open until 1972. They made the permanent move to Malibu after enrollment dropped in LA and Los Angeles was closed in 1981. The Malibu campus is still being expanded to this day.