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Opinion: Independence means turning off location tracker, parents!

With all the hullabaloo around conspiracy theories that cite vaccines as vehicles of covert government surveillance through microchips, it’s easy to forget that there...

Opinion: Politicians should not be put on pedestals

You must have heard the news by now: three LA city council members spewed racist remarks against various groups of people with many of...

Opinion: My crazy and storied relationship with the New York Times

I have a crazy and storied relationship with the New York Times. To the impartial onlooker, it might seem fairly normal: I read it....

Opinion: @endthemandate shows us we need to fix how we talk...

It was a quiet summer morning, and I was enjoying my last couple days of laziness before the term began. I checked my Instagram,...

Opinion: “Equity” without action is just a word

In 2015, LA created a plan known as the Mobility Plan 2035 that would upgrade thousands of miles of streets to have safe bike lanes and...

Lessons Learned: How to write frantically and uncover joy in every...

On one sun-drenched, jasmine-perfumed April day four years ago, I picked up my first copy of The Occidental from a campus newsstand on Admitted...

Opinion: The Multicultural Summer Institute, the beginning of my college experience

Receiving an email that I would be traveling 2,000 miles away from home to Oxy’s Multicultural Summer Institute (MSI) seemed scary at first: I had to...

Lessons Learned: How to say ‘yes’ when you want to say...

My eye color and eye for photography are not the only things my father passed down to me. He also instilled in my growing...

Opinion: An ode to enchanter journalist Alma Guillermoprieto

Latin America is almost always subject to distortions. The often undefinable region that covers both Central and South America shares a common language (except...

Lessons Learned: How to hold on when you want to let...

Nobody wants to go to college with their older brother. No younger sibling wants to continue enduring the constant comparisons to him, risk running...