A variety of summer programs restore the in-person element to the Oxy experience—and students are happy to be back on campus
From the Quad
For the first time in 71 years, Occidental held two Commencement ceremonies in a single year, with separate, socially distanced, in-person events on Patterson Field taking place for the...
A new voice for equity and justice at Oxy and other newsmakers from a busy summer
As California takes major strides in the fight against the pandemic, the College makes plans to bring students, faculty, and staff back to campus this fall
When artist Jocelyn Pedersen, who teaches a class in Book Arts, learned that students would not be returning to campus in the spring, she wanted to give members of the Oxy community a...
Oxy’s facilities reopen for practice, sparking hope and connection among the student-athlete community
After nearly a full year of remote learning, hope springs eternal of a return to campus this fall
Professor Mary Jane Hewitt created a foundation for multicultural education at Occidental—and an anonymous gift recognizes her lasting influence
From campus landmarks to classroom spaces, the College has completed a burst of new construction during the pandemic
With matching gift challenges and creative engagement opportunities, The Oxy Campaign For Good responds to the obstacles of COVID-19
Valerie Jarrett's calling toward a life of public service led her to a key role in the Obama White House—and she urged Oxy students to follow their "quiet voice"
A new multi-constituent commission examines Oxy's athletic programs with a focus on issues of competitiveness and diversity
Behind the screens with the College’s largest-ever entering group of tenure-track faculty
Bob Winter cements his Oxy legacy posthumously with an endowed faculty fund in history and art
As COVID-19 lingers on, Oxy leadership addresses the economic fallout of a remote fall semester