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Opinion: Drop the company or drop the activism

From turning trash into fleece to not-so-passive aggressive messages against evil politicians in the tags of garments, Patagonia has been taking action to fight climate change and all the nasty...

Opinion: Corporate activism is the worst kind of activism

I recently stumbled upon something pretty enraging in the New York Times. It was a “paid post,” which is essentially an advertisement in article...

OSAC ‘We Demand More’ demonstration and teach-in address sexual assault on...

Content warning: This article contains discussions of rape culture on campus. Oxy Sexual Assault Coalition (OSAC) hosted a march and demonstration Nov. 12 to call for accountability...

Opinion: Remembering the life of Bayard Rustin, a mover of masses

There are many forgotten figures in the civil rights movement, yet the case of Bayard Rustin is unique for how prolific his work was in comparison to...

Opinion: Humility is a virtue, unless you’re CBS

As a philosophy major, I spend a lot of time reading and talking about what it means to be a “good person.” The short...

Board of Trustees rejects SJP’s request to divest from Israel

Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Finance, Planning and Operations Amos Himmelstein sent a campus-wide email Jan. 29 containing a statement from the...

Letter from a small, red church

As part of The Occidental’s COVID-19 coverage, we are running a series titled “Letters from” written by staff writers, editors and Occidental students. These...

Poet Yosimar Reyes shares stories of joy within the immigrant experience

Students and local residents packed the performance space in the Oxy Arts building on York Boulevard Feb. 20 to hear stories from the nationally-acclaimed...

Environmental activist Winona LaDuke shares a powerful message of hope

Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences hosted environmental activist, author and politician Winona LaDuke Oct. 14. LaDuke, an economist and graduate of Harvard University,...

Letter to the editor: Highland Park is changing and so must...

Highland Park and the broader Northeast Los Angeles (NELA) area are in flux. Storefronts come and go, unfamiliar faces become a familiar fog and...