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Joleen Galeazzi-Pimentel: Welcoming the newest athletic trainer to campus

Occidental College welcomed Joleen Galeazzi-Pimentel as its newest athletic trainer in July 2022. According to Galleazzi-Pimental, she has an extensive background working in athletic...

A year of COVID-19 takes its toll on four NELA small...

Leer una versión en español After a year full of COVID-19 mandatory shutdowns, shifting safety guidelines and falling revenues, NELA's small businesses have been significantly...

Emmons Wellness Center awaiting approval of COVID-19 vaccination site application

Emmons Wellness Center has filed an application with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the California Immunization Registry (CAIR) to be enrolled...

College prepares for flu season during pandemic

The approaching flu season and the recent spike in U.S. COVID-19 cases have raised concerns about the interaction between the flu and COVID-19. In...

#Fitspiration: The dangers of the quest for health

It began with exercise — when I was a kid, I would push myself and my body during workouts. I began to devote more...

Instagram perpetuates (un)wellness culture

I was taught that I was not the expert of my body from a young age. As an 8-year-old, my parents decided I was done eating...

The grass is always greener with Occidental’s health and wellness research...

Exercise is medicine, kinesiology professor Marcella Raney '01 said. For the past 12 years, Raney has led student-research teams to investigate the intersections between kinesiology...

More pills, fewer ills: Oxy needs a medication vending machine

Occidental students who have had an injury that needed a little more attention than a Band-Aid or who have suddenly developed a nasty illness...

Food for thought: We should make time for mindful mealtimes

The beginning of the year is a time when people reflect, set goals and change themselves and their habits for the better. It’s a...

Appearance isn’t everything: health is not equivalent to weight

Society idolizes skinny. It judges fat. It does this to the point that it claims thin is always healthy and chubby is always unhealthy....