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.
A Q&A with assistant professors Stephanie Nelli (cognitive science) and Celia Martínez-Sáez (Spanish literature and culture)
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
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Patt Morrison ’74 returns to a passion project with more tales from the Los Angeles River
New books by Oxy alumni—including James Andrew Miller '79's oral history of HBO
Through the lens of the strategic planning process, President Elam finds that Oxy’s sense of community remains very much alive
Defending the honor of a "Soldier of Science," and magazine memories from 1931
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?
As technology giant Tencent expands its international footprint, Timothy Ma ’02 keeps an eye on global privacy and data protection
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
Gilman Fountain memories old and new, and a call for your input on Oxy’s strategic plan
A new college athletics commission report reaffirms Oxy’s commitment to success on and off the field
Oxy’s coaches are more than excited to return to in-person interactions with their players—to say nothing of getting back into competition