During her time as an intern at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Sophie Prado-Tucker has been able to actively engage with a forthcoming exhibition, gaining firsthand experience and insight into the art world.
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.
Occidental’s Community Book Program offers a full year of programming that engages with themes from this year’s community book selection, Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer.