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Occidental College has received a three-year, $430,500 grant from the National Science Foundation to study a bacterium that may someday be used as a natural antibiotic by devouring hard-to-destroy bacterial germs in communities called biofilms.
A selection of Lisa Jack '81's collection of black-and-white photographs of the young Barack Obama '83 as an Occidental College freshman will be on display on the third floor of the college's Coons Administrative Center from Oct. 12 to Nov. 6.
The National Science Foundation has awarded Occidental College a $740,000 grant to help meet the growing demand for more K-12 math and science teachers.
Occidental College launched a month-long "Big Read" celebration of alumnus and "poet of the American West Coast" Robinson Jeffers on Oct. 1 with poetry readings, speeches, and the opening of a wide-ranging Jeffers exhibit.
Occidental College will pay tribute on Saturday, Oct. 3, to legendary experimental filmmaker and longtime Oxy professor Chick Strand. Strand died on July 11 at age 78.
Seasoned litigator and "environmental warrior" Walter Benjamin Fisherow '68 has received a Service to America medal -- one of the most prestigious awards honoring America's civil servants -- for helping to cut air pollution nationwide.
Occidental College President Jonathan Veitch defied those who dismiss colleges as ivory towers in a speech on the protocols, demands, and pleasures of reading at the College's annual Convocation ceremony in Thorne Hall, the official opening of Occidental's 123rd academic year.
Roger Boesche, Occidental's Arthur G. Coons Distinguished Professor in the History of Ideas, was given the rare privilege of a "drop-in" visit with President Barack Obama '83 -- his old student -- in the White House's Oval Office on August 13.