Joshua Medina ’19 has developed a new technique for documenting the colors of bird plumage in 3-D
A renewed commitment to military veterans—complete with a dedicated housing unit—provides a sense of community to servicemembers making the transition to college life
Ilah Richardson ’23 and Jaden Burris ’22 were deeply immersed in the Oxy community—and their deaths three weeks apart left a hole in our hearts
Late-night swims! Inner tube water polo! And ... Ben Affleck's biceps?
As her one-year anniversary approaches this month, Ness reflects on the state of Oxy athletics
The Class of 2023 has a little bit of everything going for it—and brightness is definitely in its DNA
With a nationwide scandal putting the college admission process under scrutiny, how does Oxy’s team piece together each incoming class? Simple answer: There are no short cuts
Alumni notes on Professor Mabel Barnes and educated guesses for our headshot gallery
Oxy’s Richter Research Program takes faculty and students on an international field trip
With physical prowess, fierce defense, and a killer glare, Oxy water polo sensation Jackie Provost ’02 turns goaltending into an art form
A little rain couldn’t stop the confetti—or Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti—as the Class of 2019 roared into the world on an unusually blustery day
Oxy’s Summer Research Program marks 20 years of explorations, observations, and presentations
Oxy has prepared half a century of students for careers in every facet of media arts and culture. With more creative options than ever, how will future generations of graduates respond to...
Eighteen Campaign Semester students spent 10 weeks in the trenches of some of the most competitive races in the land. What did they learn about politics, democracy, and themselves?
For more than three decades, Oxy students have experienced the United Nations from inside the Secretariat Building. Now their work extends into the fields of Costa Rica