Members of the Occidental Class of 2027
New Faces of 2027
Occidental’s 140th-anniversary class is among its most diverse—and they have a lot to say about everything from activism and athletics to culture and chocolates

Occidental magazine brings you campus news, in-depth features, and profiles of exceptional alumni. For the 2023-24 academic year, the magazine will publish two print and digital issues (Fall 2023 and Spring 2024) and two digital-only issues (Summer 2023 and Winter 2024). 

With 21 sports to support and limited means to do so, Oxy gets selective in its approach to reviving its fortunes
Coach Rob Bartlett builds on the Tigers' storied track and field history—and hopes to usher in a new era of competitiveness for Oxy athletics
As Oxy's Career Development Center prepares to expand its footprint on campus, eight young alumni share the lessons they learned forging their own career paths
Fact and figures pertaining to all things Oxy
From Washington politics to Wittgenstein philosophy: new books by Oxy authors
Inside Oxy's Campaign Semester, and new jobs for a trio of high-flying alumni
David Farmer '67 could have coasted into retirement—but he took to the road instead for the ride of a lifetime
Remembering coach and professor emeritus Grant Dunlap '46, alumni volunteer Andy Beattie Jr. '75, and chemistry professor emeritus and wine enthusiast Ralph Amey.
In a world of blogs, tweets, alerts, and clickbait, is there still room for news? Five Oxy journalists working in old and new media are optimistic. Here's why.
As government officials train their attention on sexual assault at colleges, Oxy bolsters its policies, procedures, and personnel
With an infusion of olive trees, drought-resistant plants, and grass, the main entrance to Occidental gets a beauty of a makeover
Oxy welcomes its largest-ever international class for its 128th year. Also: 18 fast facts about the Class of 2018
Nine new and familiar faces step into the classroom in tenure-track positions as the College cultivates the next generation of great minds
As the Board of Trustees extends Jonathan Veitch's contract through the end of the decade, the president hopes to build on the College's momentum
One alumnus expresses shock and dismay over the trustees' decision to keep Veitch, and Bob McMillen '53's Olympics moment prompts old memories and new questions.
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