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Ximena Santiago

Iran. Despite the disapproval of theologian leaders, affluent Iranian families are starting to welcome cats and dogs into their homes. The significant increase in recent pet ownership follows an increase in availability of pet food at grocery stores an...  Read More »

UN Week brings speakers, films

Starting Tuesday, students will be able to experience four days of interactive events and talks about the United Nations (U.N.) and its influence in...  Read More »

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SAE changes recruitment, rush policy

Occidental’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) will no longer participate in formal recruitment week, according to Assistant Director of...  Read More »

Students join faculty retreat

Faculty members discussed the reform of the Cultural Studies Program (CSP) and the creation of a Black studies program at a full-day retreat Ja...  Read More »

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Killer Mike feels the Bern

Killer Mike feels the Bern

Benj Salkind

Senator Bernie Sanders has a new best friend, and his name is Killer Mike. You might know Mike from his role as one half of the rap duo Run the Jewels or for being a f...  Read More »

February 9, 2016 • 1 comment

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Local rapper Quez makes waves at Occidental

February 9, 2016

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‘Starchitect’ speaks at Disney Concert Hall

February 9, 2016

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Floating Library drifts into Echo Park Lake

February 9, 2016

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Why you should clean your blender, call your mom, and tell your roommate you hate their candles

Griff Wynne

The only things less fruitful than hookup culture at Occidental are campus smoothies. Green Bean or Cooler, smoothies here come from a box and have less produce than a Do...  Read More »

February 9, 2016 • 0 comments

‘Realistic’ Barbies will not solve body issues

February 9, 2016

To slim down, Marketplace must ‘bulk’ up

February 9, 2016

Letter to the editor

December 7, 2015

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There’s more to social media campaigns than ‘slacktivism’

December 2, 2015

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