Class of 2020 Virtual Celebration
New Issue of Occidental Magazine
Liberal Arts in Los Angeles
Drawing on the cultural and intellectual resources of a global city,
Occidental provides a springboard for putting theory into practice and ideas into action.
areas of study
of recent graduates participated in service learning
domestic students of color
A vibrant, small liberal arts college experience in the heart of Los Angeles, one of the most stimulating and creative cities in the world. That’s something you won’t find anywhere else.
Our Student Athletes
Students from across the athletic spectrum talk about their experiences playing sports and studying at Occidental.
Exploring the Neighborhood
Oxy’s campus is located in Northeast Los Angeles on the border of two neighborhoods that reflect the eclectic nature of the city.
The Oxy Community
Using running as a foundation for a better life, Girls Gotta Run executive director Kayla Nolan brings hope to school-age girls in Ethiopia one step at a time.
Kayla Nolan ’11
Politics | Class of 2011
Noa Richard, an Obama Scholar, was awarded a Humanity in Action Fellowship to study the history of human rights with a group of students and alumni over the summer (this year’s program will proceed in a virtual format).
Comparative Studies in Literature & Culture, Critical Theory & Social Justice | Class of 2022
Raised in Salt Lake City, Zander Granath has a passion for athletics and public service. He has been an active leader on- and off-campus, from Admission Office fellow and DEB liaison to Peer Health Exchange leader and Dodgers Foundation intern.
Sociology | Class of 2020
Kenturah Davis explores the relationship between words and humanity through her intricate portraiture—and L.A. Metro riders will be seeing a lot more of her work.
Kenturah Davis ’02
Art & Art History | Class of 2002
What’s Happening at Oxy
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