Taking a page from his mentor, Professor Bob Winter, teacher Doug StanWiens '89 immerses his Boise High School students in the city's architectural history
Remembering two good friends of Oxy: John Gabbert '31 and Allen "Red" Gresham '53
An oral (and slightly revisionist) history of one of Oxy's most beloved programs
New offerings from Oxy authors—including a Royal Adventure for Sophia Grace & Rosie
Words worth repeating from the Oxy community
Facts and figures pertaining to all things Oxy
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti returns to his old teaching grounds; associate professor Broderick Fox examines Zen & the Art of Dying ; future Batman Ben Affleck '95 swoops into the...
John McMenamin '40 introduced his biology students to the wonders of California's outdoors. Bill Neblett challenged his philosophy classes with questions of justice, fairness, and...
A Los Angeles Times story, and the ensuing media melee, underscore the complexities of Clery Act reporting
Problem-solver, resource, advocate, and expert listener, Ruth Jones coordinates Oxy's Title IX compliance efforts
A voice from the chorus remembers Omar Paxson '48, and a disenchanted Tiger laments the state of the endowment
Oxy's Honey-Do List
Working with a veteran music mogul, a journalist-turned-filmmaker, and some of the greatest unsung voices of the last half-century, 20 Feet From Stardom producer Caitrin Rogers '04 charts a...
An impromptu dig in the Arctic unearths a message in a bottle from pioneering explorer Paul Walker '56—54 years after he wrote it
A visionary president, an ambitious land syndicate, and a leap of faith led Oxy from the comforts of Highland Park to its permanent home—but it didn't come easy
After his 18th birthday, cross country and track standout John Guzman Aguilar faced deportation to his native Mexico and was separated from his family. Five years later, he's on course to...
Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer Jonathan Gold adds an honorary degree to his plate—and serves up 10 tantalizing Eagle Rock and Highland Park dishes
Stem-cell biologist Madeline Lancaster '04 turns genetics on its head with a three-dimensional "organoid" that models the human brain
In a generational exodus, six singular professors with more than 250 years of combined classroom experience say farewell to Oxy. But their lessons have shaped legions across every discipline