Saturday, September 28, 2013
What I Wish I Had Known in College
Join us for a special Women in Leadership seminar with Meiko Takayama, founder of Advancing Women Executives, and Elizabeth Gilbert, fund development chair for the USNC for UN Women, talking about lessons they wish they had learned in college. Learn how to turn your passion into a success! Men and women welcome.
Sunday, September 29, 2013
Featuring Occidental DJ Kirk Follette. Wear white, wear neon, but whatever you wear, make sure you're ready to glow under the black lights in the JSC Quad.
Free glow sticks, free L.E.D. thundersticks, and more! Doors open at
Monday, September 30, 2013
Berkus Residence Hall Dedication
Join President Jonathan Veitch and the Berkus Family in celebrating the dedication of Berkus Hall (the hall formerly known as Rangeview).
A $5 million gift from David '62 and Kathleen Berkus and their family will create a new endowment that will enhance Occidental College’s ability to stay current with the latest advances in technology. In recognition of the Berkus family’s generosity, Occidental’s newest, largest and most popular dormitory, currently known as Rangeview Hall, will be named Berkus Residence Hall. A reception will follow the ceremony. For more information, contact Barbara Williams at (323) 259-2733 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, September 30, 2013 - Tuesday, October 1, 2013
Talk with Amie Breeze Harper
Amie Breeze Harper speaks on diversity rhetoric.
A. Breeze Harper will give a talk entitled “Diversity Rhetoric as Healing or Hurting? Decolonial Politics, Self-Care, and Structural Change in a ‘Post-Racial’ Era." She holds a BA in feminist georgraphy from Dartmouth College, her MA in educational technologies from Harvard University, and earned her PhD from UC Davis where she studied how critical race theory, decolonial theory, and black feminist theory can be applied to geographies of food and health.