Josh Schlisserman ’19 helped raise $2.5 million as a summer intern in Silicon Valley—and after Scooter Braun kicked him out of his office, he’d found his calling as a venture capitalist
Economics legend Woody Studenmund closes the textbook on a 52-year career
“Occidental will forever be an indelible part of me," says the professor of art and art history, who is retiring after 46 years at the College
After 45 years at Oxy, choosing a favorite class is "like choosing your favorite child," says the professor of kinesiology and psychology
“I plan to write a mystery, travel, and read whatever strikes my fancy."
Professor of Theater and Performance Studies Susan Gratch brings the curtain down after 37 years at Oxy
"We’ll see what opportunities present themselves and what life allows."
As Inauguration Day draws near, President Harry J. Elam, Jr. reflects on the lessons of the pandemic, the evolution of academic excellence, and the necessity of a culture of care
As five retiring faculty take their classroom curtain calls, we asked a few prized pupils to toast their Oxy mentors
Jillian Hopewell ’89 has spent her career advocating for better care for underserved populations—and a $5 million gift will boost those efforts
A new interdisciplinary program introduces students to the problem-solving power of the humanities
A new gift to the College supports the curation of its Japanese American Relocation Collection
From Summer 2009: Professor of Psychology Nancy Dess measures emotionality and taste through her research with rats. How did one fincky rodent send her studies in a new direction?
Oxy faculty make an impact in their fields of study, public policy, and the world at large
Two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, public health remains at the center of the global discourse—but Oxy faculty and students have been engaged in the conversation far longer