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Opinion: I’m still watching Lahaina burn. Are you?

Just a month after the nation’s deadliest wildfire that left at least 115 people dead, residents of Lahaina, Maui and families across Hawaiʻi, including...

Opinion: How to love the mountains as fires rage

Last summer, I was backpacking in a relatively unfamiliar wilderness with a 50-year-old map, caught in smoke so thick I couldn’t see the next...

Opinion: I lost my home in the 2017 California wildfires. That...

When I woke up Tuesday morning, it looked like a cold September day, perfect for snuggling up with some hot chocolate and making pumpkin...

Palm-trees and Smoke: A new reality for Los Angeles

Photographer Isabel Liebgold captures the Bobcat Fire and its impact on L.A. communities. Smoke-congested skies paint the backdrop for those living in Sherman Oaks, Arcadia...

Occidental’s struggle of urban vs. wild, native vs. invasive creates a...

Occidental College sits squarely within a thoroughly urban setting, yet it engages with the natural world in a variety of ways. Nestled between Mount Fiji...

Wildfires in Northern California force students’ families to evacuate

The largest of the Northern California wildfires — the Tubbs, Atlas, Redwood and Potter fires — spread across wine country on the night of...