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
After two years of remote rhythms, Dance Production returns to the Thorne Hill stage, masks and all
A racist text exchange between two students goes public, putting College policy under a microscope and stirring a conversation around campus culture
The Tigers' senior right-handed hurler nearly pitched a perfect game show
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
It's not easy to follow an Oxy culinary legend—but Amy Munoz made the job her own over the last four decades. Somewhere, Clancy Morrison is smiling
As variant surge subsides, Oxy springs forward with in-person activities
A yearlong strategic planning process is under way to create an actionable, accountable roadmap for the College
Following listening sessions and a student demonstration in November, President Elam expands the College’s efforts to prevent sexual misconduct and support survivors
Through the lens of the strategic planning process, President Elam finds that Oxy’s sense of community remains very much alive
Balancing the demands of life and college can feel like a high-wire act—and the pandemic has made that even more difficult. How is Oxy addressing students’ mental health needs?
From movers and shakers to risk takers (and a cheese maker), meet some of the new faces of the Class of 2025
In our Fall 2001 issue, Occidental magazine introduced eight first-year members of the Class of 2005 “to keep your eyes on over the next four years.” Where are they now?
President Elam reflects on returning to campus and the benefits of an in-person education
A new college athletics commission report reaffirms Oxy’s commitment to success on and off the field