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College reports all time high of COVID-19 cases with 94 students...

Between March 27 and April 2, 94 students tested positive at Occidental’s COVID-19 testing center — 5.8 percent of all students tested during that...

Occidental received $3.8 million in third and possibly final round of...

Occidental received a third round of a federal coronavirus grant, valued at $3,757,240, from the Department of Education's Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF...

‘Better to be safe than sorry’: Occidental maintains indoor masking requirements

Assistant Dean of Students for Emmons Wellness Center Devon Sakamoto announced via email Feb. 24 that Occidental would be leaving its current masking policy in place,...

Free N95 masks available in NELA through federal initiative to combat...

Jan. 18 the Biden administration announced plans to distribute 400 million N95 masks free of charge in pharmacies and health centers across the U.S....

The many faces of mask fashion

Since masks are now an essential part of daily life, they provide new fashion and style opportunities, according to Mia Ellis (first year). Students...

Opinion: Minimizing distractions will make outdoor classrooms more successful

On move-in day while driving up to my dorm, I noticed tents set up around campus and thought they were part of the many...

Student athletes, coaches grateful to resume competition despite COVID-19 restrictions

Occidental's varsity athletics resumed this season alongside the college's return to in-person operations for Fall 2021. The decision to resume fall athletics after an...

The NBCUniversal Short Film Festival tackles heavy issues through visual storytelling

The 13th Annual NBCUniversal Short Film Festival hosted its final screening and awards ceremony at the Directors Guild of America in North Hollywood Oct. 24. The event...