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Core Event: Dr. Jessica Hernandez

Despite the undeniable fact that Indigenous communities are among the most affected by climate devastation, Indigenous ways of knowing are nowhere to be found in mainstream environmental policy or discourse. And while holistic land, water, and forest management practices born from millennia of Indigenous knowledge systems have much to teach all of us, Indigenous ways of knowing has long been ignored, otherized, or perceived as “soft”–the product of a systematic, centuries-long campaign of racism, colonialism, extractive capitalism, and delegitimization.

Apollo Night

Faculty and Staff: email bsa@oxy.edu to get tickets before the show date OR purchase tickets at the door the night of the show. Apollo Night pre-sale tickets are currently $6. During the week of the show (2/20-2/24), the tickets will be selling for $12.

Convocation 2022

Convocation is one of the College's oldest traditions, and in reviving the practice this fall after two years of pandemic disruption, we are returning to its original design as an event for the whole community, rather than solely for first-year students.