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Continuing a two decade-old collaboration, Occidental College will again be the leading partner of the Los Angeles Unified School District in its Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Program (GEAR UP 4 LA) to increase the number of low-income students completing postsecondary education.
Over the past half-century, Robert Winter and the late David Gebhard’s An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles has been called "groundbreaking," "iconic" and "immortal." Reyner Banham began his seminal 1971 book Los Angeles: The Architecture of Four Ecologies by recording "his profound and fundamental debt" to Winter and Gebhard.
The Occidental women's soccer team's historic season came to an end in the first round of the NCAA Division III Playoffs Nov. 10. Chelsea Cole of Trinity (Texas) broke a 0-0 tie in the 52nd minute with the game's only goal at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas.
Over the past century, scores of Occidental College alumni, both men and women, have served their country with great distinction in all branches of the U.S. military.
It will be the Tigers vs. the Tigers this Saturday as the Occidental women's soccer team takes on No. 16 Trinity (Texas) in Abilene, Texas in the first round of the NCAA Division III Playoffs.
History Professor Lisa Sousa’s groundbreaking social and cultural history of gender relations among indigenous people of New Spain has been recognized with top awards from the American Historical Association and the American Society for Ethnohistory.
American politics may be "ugly, small and unimaginative," but the only way to change the country’s direction is to win elections, former Obama campaign manager and White House senior advisor David Plouffe told an Occidental College audience October 19.
The Occidental College Board of Trustees welcomed three new trustees and recognized the valued service of eight departing trustees at its October meeting.
Occidental College students worked with Los Angeles city officials over the summer in a continuing effort to accelerate and measure the city’s pursuit of sustainable, inclusive, and equitable growth as part of a unique global initiative backed by 193 countries.