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Featuring food writer Jonathan Gold's 10 favorite Eagle Rock and Highland Park dishes, stem-cell biologist Madeline Lancaster '04, 20 Feet From Stardom producer Caitrin Rogers '04, explorer Paul Walker '56, the collective wisdom of six retiring professors, and Oxy's road to its permanent home in Eagle Rock.
Featuring a campus-wide conversation on water, a tribute to the late Omar Paxson ’48, Blackfish filmmaker Gabriela Cowperthwaite ’93, Paralympian archer Ashlee Sheppard ’11, and an examination of Oxy’s endowment.
Featuring “The Walking Dead” staff writer Angela Kang ’98, “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” producer Maurissa Tancharoen Whedon ’97, Oxy’s Career Development Center, the second flight of inductees in the Occidental Athletics Hall of Fame, and a spring baseball classic from 1963 remembered.
Featuring second-generation restaurateur Catherine An '02, solar backpack entrepreneurs Richard Highsmith '10 and Noah Applebome '10, Student Academy Award winner Raffy Cortina '13, book designer Andrea C. Uva '02, and landscape architect Beatrix Farrand.
Featuring Gap visionary Art Peck ’77, Arizona gubernatorial candidate Fred DuVal ’76, DIY fashionista Bobby Bonaparte ’10, Thorne Hall’s diamond anniversary, and 12 gifts that shaped the College.
Featuring Remsen Bird's journals, the globalization of Johnson Hall, peanut butter historian Jon Krampner '74, and a history of the Oswald logo.
Featuring Oxy's inaugual Athletics Hall of Fame inductees, Oxy's Moore Lab of Zoology, marine biologist Lisa Natanson '81, and 13 alumni who shaped Los Angeles.
Featuring an oral history of Oxy's last 25 years, President Veitch's vision for Oxy's future, politics professor Regina Freer, MarchFourth Marching Band leader John Averill '89, and pioneering LAPD homicide detective Pierce Brooks '49.
Featuring a graphic novelization of Oxy's origins, a portrait of founding president Samuel L. Weller, a look at 12 programs that changed the curriculum, a portrait of the late philosophy professor Donald Loftsgordon '50, and 18 essential books by Oxy authors.
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