Oxy faculty and students embrace, explore, and experiment with technology to keep arts classes, exhibits, and performances humming
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
Regardless of one’s major or career path, Oxy’s writing proficiency requirement has proved essential to professional success. But don’t just take our word for it
Through her Rebellious Lawyering program, Thalia González’s students get hands-on experience in public-interest law, garnering new insights into the legal system and a head start on law...
From Summer 2003: Designer, professor, and Medal of Arts recipient Ming Cho Lee '53 reflects on half a century's work in American theater
From remote worship to online meditation, and testing to teaching, these six alumni have mobilized in the fight against COVID-19
Whether he's ranching. riding, or rapping, Compton Cowboys leader Randy Hook '12 brings swagger to the saddle
Introducing new courses, embracing technology, and challenging traditional approaches to classroom pedagogy, Oxy faculty reimagine the remote learning experience
Oxy’s Critical Theory & Social Justice Department puts social justice upfront
Campaign Semester takes on many forms as Oxy students get out the vote
No global pandemic can keep the Class of 2024 from chasing their academic dreams—only a bad Wi-Fi connection
Amid a reevaluation of College priorities triggered by the pandemic’s impact, Oxy football is discontinued
Harry J. Elam Jr. prepares to take center stage as Oxy’s 16th president as the College faces a new set of challenges—and he’s ready
As the novel coronavirus brings campus life to a standstill, Occidental soldiers on
In a race against two calendars—academic and pandemic—how did Oxy transform in less than two weeks from a high-touch curriculum to a remote learning model?