Features

“An Oxy Student’s Guide to the Metro Gold Line Extension”

February 27, 2010 (unpublished)

The new Gold Line Extension offers one more opportunity to leave Oxy’s bubble and experience the city near its eastern border, exploring  unknown culture and interacting with eastside Angelenos and their neighborhoods.

Infobox: “Riding the Gold Line: Guide to Little Tokyo” – February 27, 2010 (unpublished)

“Collaboration Celebration”

October 23, 2009

Oxy poets and composers team up to produce melodic accompaniment to the Homecoming Concert and President Veitch’s Inauguration

“A Legendary Educator”

May 2, 2009

Robert Winter, former Occidental Professor and renowned architectural historian, continues to teach and inspire community and college

“Exploring the Phillipines in Occidental’s Backyard”

March 23, 2009

It can’t be long before Northeast L.A. wakes up to discover the cultural wealth of the Philippines, just steps away from home.

“The Victorian Los Angeles”

November 25, 2008

A journey one hundred years back to the age of kerosene lamps and cross-country train expeditions, preserved in Highland Park

“Day of the Dead: Rituals Remixed”

October 29, 2008

This Latin American holiday has undergone transformations in the United States that have extended its celebration beyond conventional reverence for the dead to include expanded festivities favoring skulls and bones in an open-minded political forum.

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