Occidental magazine brings you campus news, in-depth features, and profiles of exceptional alumni. For the 2021-22 academic year, the magazine will publish two print and digital issues (Fall 2021 and Spring 2022) and two digital-only issues (Summer 2021 and Winter 2022). The Spring 2022 issue is online now.
New books by Oxy alumni, and Cooper Raiff ’19’s sophomore film cha-chas its way to Sundance glory
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
A new interdisciplinary program introduces students to the problem-solving power of the humanities
The Tigers' senior right-handed hurler nearly pitched a perfect game show
Professor of Psychology Emeritus Dave Cole M’48 brought personality to the classroom and beyond
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?
Looking back on his tenure as the nation’s first Chinese American state attorney general, David Louie ’73 offers an unvarnished account of the inner workings of government, politics, and the law
The Oxy Campaign For Good passes the $215 million benchmark with 18 months remaining
Oxy faculty make an impact in their fields of study, public policy, and the world at large
Through an ambitious research and journalism initiative, Steven Barrie-Anthony ’04 curates a conversation about the impact of technology on human relationships
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