Peter Quint ’87 channels his life experiences—as an educator, athlete, and advocate for the Deaf—into his debut novel, Resilient Silence
With a new home and a new supervisor, Oxy's student calling program gears up for the fall
Thanks to the generosity of our community of alumni, parents, students, friends, faculty, and staff, our second annual Day For Oxy was a tremendous success.
As the College says goodbye to an unprecedented 11 retiring faculty, we called on some of their brightest students to share their memories, tributes, and an extra box of tissues
As its second century dawned, Occidental welcomed a bold new president, adopted a mission Of Excellence and Equity, and brought a diversity of voices to the classroom. How did the changes...
The Lucille Y. Gilman Memorial Fountain—formally known as Water Forms II —occupies a prominent place on campus and in the hearts of generations of alumni. George Baker ’58’s former students...
Alumni memories of honing writing skills, replacing a broken windshield, and hanging with Ming Cho Lee ’53
New books and music by Oxy alumni, faculty, and staff
An Oxy volunteer leadership panel examines the impact and influence of women in philanthropy
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 warm welcome for President Elam, and what to expect from Occidental magazine in our centennial year
When the pandemic turned the College’s operations upside down in March, President Veitch had to throw out the script for his final days in office—but he and his team responded with...
Alumni feedback on the Winter magazine, the new pool, and Oxy's next president. Also: How did we put this issue together?
With plans for Alumni Reunion Weekend on ice, this year’s Alumni Seal recipients reflect on their Oxy experience and their daily routine in “the new normal”
How the inaugural Day For Oxy shattered all expectations—and established "a new tradition for the College"