CDC offers wider range of art internships

Demi Duenes

September 16, 2014

Filed under A&E, Arts & Entertainment, Fine Art, Fine Arts

Nestled comfortably in Los Angeles, Occidental students have virtually unlimited access to museums, stage theaters and concert halls. Additionally, the convenient location creates opportunities for art-interested students to... Read more »

Hipsters, apocalypse combine in student play

Jane Drinkard

September 16, 2014

Filed under A&E, Arts & Entertainment, Events, Off campus, Theater

Bearded, bespectacled, dark-roast sipping hipsters muddle about a coffee shop in Northeast Los Angeles. They text vigorously on their iPhones, talk philosophy and order expensive lattes. But when the apocalypse hits, this... Read more »

Gaming going beyond the controller

Will Westwater

September 16, 2014

Filed under A&E, Arts & Entertainment, Nerd's Eye View

It has been a year now since I started Nerd's Eye View — since then, gaming has turned into more than just a hobby or a pastime for me. I received amazing opportunities to play, talk about and most importantly,... Read more »

Oxy life hacks

Hannah Teskey

August 14, 2014

Filed under A&E

There you are, standing in front of your first-year residence hall, starchy new twin-XL comforter in hand. Your parents have all the brochures and coupons given to you by the enthusiastic Orientation Team (O-Team) leaders with... Read more »

Emmons Wellness Center

Lauren Rewers

August 14, 2014

Filed under A&E

What it is: Occidental's hub for all things health-related, offering services for both physical and psychological health. Want a routine physical examination, a flu shot, access to vaccination records, or a session with... Read more »

Loneliness

Lauren Rewers

August 14, 2014

Filed under A&E

I remember my Facebook feed the first week of my first year at Occidental as if it were yesterday, not the nearly two years ago that have actually passed. Of course, it was flooded with pictures – but not... Read more »

Local drive-in provides kitschy way to spend a Saturday night

Olivia Landon

April 29, 2014

Filed under A&E, Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Movies, Off campus

As the sky went to black Saturday evening, hipsters, popcorn, burgers, a classic hearse and an FM radio station channeling "Harold and Maude" came to life at Electric Dusk Drive-In. The downtown Los... Read more »

Green Bean open mic offers stand up, singing

Sarah Corsa

April 29, 2014

Filed under A&E, Arts & Entertainment, Music, On campus

Students gathered on Branca Patio under Los Angeles' starless sky Thursday night for a medley of student performances that included beatboxing, stand-up comedy, a cappella and guitar solos. This open mic, co-hosted... Read more »