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Occidental community keeps hopeful watch on debt relief program

The Biden-Harris administration announced a student loan debt relief program in August 2022. According to the White House website, borrowers are eligible to receive up to $10,000...

Occidental students in Korea react to Seoul tragedy

Oct. 29, a crowd crush caused by a Halloween celebration with more than 100,000 attendees killed 154 people in Itaewon, a neighborhood in Seoul, South Korea....

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City council member-elect Eunisses Hernandez wants to ‘bring more community into government’

It was Nov. 8, Election Day, and Eunisses Hernandez, member-elect of the LA City Council, said she was worried about folks not showing up...

Rock Rose Gallery is an ‘incubator’ for art and community engagement

Opened in 2000 on North Figueroa Street, Rock Rose Gallery — an “arts incubator,” according to owner Rosamaria Marquez — is a gallery and...

Catching up with the Capri Club

Originally established in 1963, the Capri Club opened its renovated doors in June to much buzz. The Italian aperitivo bar and restaurant, decorated with...

Crush & Touch is a hub for artists in the neighborhood

Crush & Touch Art Supply’s eye-catching blue storefront opens to reveal the colorful array of products and artwork that lay inside, carrying a chromatic...

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‘I know this is where I’m supposed to be.’ Navy vet Daryl Barker’s long journey back to Occidental

Between his doctorate program at UCLA and his job as director of Veteran’s Programs at Occidental, the hour-long commute between school and home is some of...

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Lessons Learned: How to heal yourself through helping others

While the world was on pause, the leaves outside my little brick house continued to change and the scent of snow meandered through the city....

Letter to the Editor: On the Foreign and the Familiar

Hello there. Perhaps the most challenging part of this letter is identifying its addressee — whether it is the Editor, the Reader, or the...

Lessons Learned: How to talk about philosophy without getting punched

Philosophy is a notoriously pretentious subject. It evokes names like Kant and Aristotle and Kierkegaard, that belong to dead white men who probably said and did a lot of...

Opinion: Affirmative action may die, but racial diversity in higher education need not

In front of the U.S. Supreme Court is currently a case known as “Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) v. Harvard,” which is revisiting the...

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