To commemorate 75 years of memorable performances, we present a list of 75 of Thorne Hall's most celebrated visitors
Singular Sensations Makenzie Brandon '13 and Caroline Chang '14 soar on the court and in the water, respectively, to take top SCIAC honors
Student discord over the reporting of sexual assaults on campus intensifies an ongoing dialogue on Oxy's policies and process
Remembering a player, a pioneer, a professor, and a planner
Line scores and panels and dancers, oh my!
"I've been getting awards for changing my mind. To me, it's all slightly ridiculous. We should all always be skeptical."
A high-water mark for swimmer Steven van Deventer '15, a new calling for Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Steven Coll '80, a second Oscar for director Ben Affleck '95, and more
As Oxy's Walk In My Shoes program takes to the road, students challenge any preconceived notions about their chosen professions
Good food, hard bodies, fish wars, and a "Harlem Shake" to boot
New additions (and new editions) from Oxy alumni and professors
Professor Dan Fineman weighs in on Oxy's endowment discourse, and a '51 alum testifies to the sticking power of Oswald
The End Is Only the Beginning
LiFT Label founder Bobby Bonaparte '10 charts new territory with a DIY fashion line that reflects his hometown's culture
When Art Peck '77 stepped into the presidency of Gap North America in February 2011, the iconic retailer had fallen out of fashion. Now that he's turned the brand around, he's out to...
During 125 years of patient accumulation, certain gifts have pointed the College in a particular direction, created a signature program, or left an unmistakable mark on the Occidental we...
For 75 years, Thorne Hall has stood as the preeminent symbol of Occidental—the anchor of its educational and cultural pursuits. But it may have never been built without the vision, and...
Phoenix businessman and author Fred DuVal '76 established the National Institute for Civil Discourse following the near-fatal shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in 2011. Is the governor's...