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ASOC will host new vote on constitutional amendments through annual Spring...

The Associated Students of Occidental College (ASOC) held a special election on a constitutional amendment and three honor board positions from March 2–5. According...

ASOC amendment focuses on equity and shared governance

The Associated Students of Occidental College (ASOC) hosted a virtual town hall meeting Feb. 4 to discuss the constitutional amendment proposed and passed by...

Jimmy Gomez: CA-34th candidate Q&A

Since winning a special election in June 2017, Jimmy Gomez, 45, has represented California’s 34th District in the U.S. House of Representatives. Prior to...

David Kim: CA-34th candidate Q&A

David Kim, 36, is an immigration attorney and former president of the MacArthur Park Neighborhood Council. Kim is challenging incumbent Jimmy Gomez to represent...

Opinion: Don’t tell me to “vote blue”

If you have an Instagram account, you might have seen a few posts asking you to “Vote Blue No Matter Who!” At first glance,...

Ballot boxes, online tracking mark the beginning of the election in...

Around the state and in NELA, residents have been casting their ballots through the United States Post Office (USPS) and at official LA County...

New Oxy Votes campaign educates and mobilizes students

Occidental College unveiled their new voting campaign, Oxy Votes, on National Voter’s Registration Day Sept. 22 in a campus-wide email. The new campaign aims...

Fall 2020 election: Occidental students get involved from home

Instead of writing cover letters and scouring internship websites for campaign opportunities, Kyler Parris (junior) took advantage of Twitter. While the social networking site...

Cause still unconfirmed, missing mailbox replaced on Eagle Rock Boulevard

The national reckoning with a potential systematic undermining of the United States Postal Service (USPS) reverberated locally when, in early August, a USPS collection...

TL;DR: ASOC’s spring election was unfair and unethical

The phrase “TL;DR,” or “too long; didn’t read,” is often used to introduce a summary for a lengthy text. Urban Dictionary defines this modern shorthand as...