Professor of music emeritus Richard Grayson was quick on his fingers over decades of piano improvs—and an equally supportive mentor
A pair of biographies from Dolores Flamiano '85 and Sally Palmer Thomason '55, new fiction from Morgan Matson '04, new music from Nite Jewel (Ramona Gonzalez '12), and more
Oxy's InternAway program opens up new career paths for undergrads by relieving the financial stress of summer work
Facts and figures pertaining to all things Oxy
Moody's paints a rosy picture of Oxy's financial management—and Forbes and the Department of Education agree
Associate professor of biology Kerry Thompson aims to bring creative solutions to the challenges of his new role as interim VP and dean of the College
After decades of promises and planning, Oxy's dream of a new aquatic facility is finally within reach—as well as an expanded McKinnon Tennis Center
Ann (Hoffmann) '57 and Steve Hinchliffe '55 have quietly supported Oxy for the last 50 years. The secret is out—but their work continues
Three-year investigation concludes that—despite delays in resolving some sexual assault cases—the Occidental campus is "actively engaged in important work to satisfy Title IX...
Weighing in on Catholic scientists, Christians on campus, and Jack Kemp Distinguished Lecturer Condoleezza Rice
A Swan Hall Alumnus Makes Good
Bringing American craft brewing to the island nation of Taiwan, Spencer Jemelka '08 blends both cultures to produce a better beer
Chris Ballinger '06 sold his house in 2014 to make a business out of viral videos. Today he's got more than 650,000 subscribers, a New York Times bestseller, and a Netflix series starring...
Early last fall, Cruz Riley '17 began taking portraits of schoolmates for a photography class. By the end of the academic year, he had completed a campuswide exhibit that challenges the "...
Over the last four decades, Sally Ann Parsons '62 has stitched together costumes for more than 100 Broadway shows and touring companies, as well as ballets, Bette, Barnum & Bailey … and...
As Zika disrupts travel plans and throws a scare into the Rio Olympics, CDC epidemiologist Paul Mead '81 M'83 tracks the virus closer to home