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Beloved crossroads: Disciplines converge and diverge on the Academic Quad

Every weekday afternoon, a migration occurs. Students shuffle from where they have been congregating for lunch — the benches, the grass or the tables...

Moore Lab of Zoology: How genetics and 39,000 specimens of Mexican...

Tucked away behind the BioScience building in the new Anderson Environmental Center, the Moore Lab of Zoology holds 39,000 specimens of Mexican birds — the world's...

Eagle Rock residents rooted in simple pleasures by their fruit trees

Walking through the residential streets of Eagle Rock, you might notice the occasional fruit-bearing tree reaching over a fence or a half-eaten piece of...

From gym to JSTOR, student-athlete-researchers make the most of their college...

This October, the Council on Undergraduate Research awarded Occidental the 2019 Campus-Wide Award for Undergraduate Research Accomplishments (AURA) in recognition of the college's vast number of...

Letter to the Editor: Professor Gretchen North issues an apology for...

In response to the letter from students concerning the faculty panel at Orientation, I would like to apologize for getting the panel off on...

Bio faculty conduct research from the top of the canopy to...

Professors in the biology department are traveling to deserts, rainforests and deep seas in order to conduct their scientific research. Professor Beth Braker is...

February showers bring many flowers to campus

According to biology professor Beth Braker, "super bloom" is not a technical term at all, but that does not keep her from using the...