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Jesús Sanchez and The Eastsider provide the Eastside with hyperlocal news,...

Jesús Sanchez is an award-winning publisher of The Eastsider, a news publication founded in 2008 that focuses on stories from neighborhoods in the Eastside...

Tirzah Blanche, program manager at Project SAFE, hopeful in addressing sexual...

Tirzah Blanche, program manager of Occidental College’s Project for a Sexual Assault-Free Environment (SAFE), has a lot on their plate. In the basement of Stewart-Cleland...

Los periódicos culturales en LA distribuyen las noticias más relevantes a...

Read in English here Traducido por Nicole Reyes '23 Además de los periódicos ampliamente leídos como el LA Times, LA también es hogar de los múltiples periódicos...

‘Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory’ grade policy added as part of pandemic adjustments

The Academic Planning Committee (APC) implemented a new grading policy for Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 that allows students to switch one class from a letter grade...

Occidental set to receive new round of aid from Biden’s American...

Over a year after transitioning to online instruction, COVID-19 continues to heavily effect Occidental, lowering the number of students on campus, creating new costs...

Marketplace indoor dining, Academic Commons and other facilities partially reopen on...

LA County's move from the purple to red tier of California's "Blueprint for a Safer Economy" March 12 has led to announcements Feb. 18...

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...

Remembering our bright stars, Ilah and Jaden

Leer en español A year later, the Occidental community continues to remember and celebrate the lives of two beloved students, Ilah Richardson ‘23 and Jaden...

Catalytic converter thefts surge around campus

Leer en español Sam Sachs (senior) said he awoke to the loud buzzing of a saw cutting through metal at 5 a.m. on Feb. 18....

The news is distressing but it doesn’t have to be

Let us get the obvious out of the way — it is not fun to read the news right now. Between political pundits arguing about who will...