Michael was appointed by President Joe Biden as ambassador to Zambia, building on a long, dedicated career in foreign service and development work in Africa.
Tye Hernandez ’23 knew that he wanted a strong sense of community in the undergraduate institution he decided to attend and was surprised to find that at a college with fewer than 2,000 students.
Meet Viviana MacManus of Spanish and French Studies, an Oxy alumna who teaches courses on U.S. and transnational feminist movements, women of color, feminist research methods, race and gender in the media, as well as Latin American/Latinx film and literary studies and Latin American human rights.
With heart, energy, and a passion for research, Namandjé Bumpus ’03 becomes a role model for others as a trailblazing director at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
When Radha Arora began her college search, she knew she wanted to stay in California and study economics at a liberal arts college. But what brought her to Oxy was something less tangible.
Meet Jose Guadalupe Sanchez III of Art & Art History, an interdisciplinary artist with an emphasis in painting, whose work investigates the interactions between different value systems found throughout Los Angeles, with a focus on intelligence, legitimacy, and authority.
Occidental is pleased to announce the launch of “Oxy Live!”, a conversation series highlighting a diverse lineup of cultural luminaries at the forefront of their fields.