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Exploring the Atlantic Ocean, the depth of Black Studies and more...

Seventy years after the graduation of Occidental's first Black students, Dr. Janet Stafford '52, George F. Ellison '52 and Barbara Bowman Wright '52, the...

Professor Mary Jane Hewitt, Black Studies and Occidental’s slow road to...

Between 8 and 9 a.m. May 5, 1978, all was quiet on Occidental's campus as students, faculty members and administrators eagerly read the newspaper,...

Pandemic president: Meet President Elam as he talks about Oxy’s future

Harry J. Elam Jr. became Occidental’s 16th president July 1. The Occidental’s Editor-in-Chief Jackie Dall (senior), Managing Editor Charlie Finnerty (junior), Community News Editor...

ASOC Special Committee for Direct Action issues nine demands

The newly established Associated Students of Occidental College (ASOC) Special Committee for Direct Action issued nine demands of Occidental’s administration focused on social justice and equity...

Community members discuss future of black studies program, American studies department...

Professor Courtney Baker, an associate professor of American studies and the co-founder and chair of black studies, wrote an open letter April 1 announcing her resignation. Baker...

Letter to the editor: I stand with the Yale faculty who...

This letter originally appeared on Professor Courtney Baker's personal Facebook page. It has been reproduced here in its entirety, with only minor changes made...

As Class of ‘19 nears graduation, occupation demands leave lasting impact

Nov. 16, 2018, marks the three-year anniversary of the occupation of the Arthur G. Coons Administrative Center (AGC) by student protesters. Over the span...

American studies professors submit a proposal for a curriculum in black...

American studies professors Erica Ball and Courtney Baker submitted a proposal for a curriculum in black studies Oct. 31, according to a press release...