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 »

I got ’2048′ problems but my phone ain’t one

Will Westwater

April 29, 2014

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

I recently downloaded the hit iPhone game "2048," which has consumed all of my free time. It's so addicting that I once narrowly avoided walking into a parked car while gazing at the magic... Read more »

Passover brings students together

Leah Nomkin

April 22, 2014

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

The first of the Four Questions, "But why is this night different from all other nights?" echoed through the discussions held by Occidental students at an off-campus seder in commemoration of Passover. For the students,... Read more »

Gaming moving forward to go backward

Will Westwater

April 22, 2014

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

“Xbox on,” I say as I walk into my room. My little box of joy illuminates its warm and bright X logo. I am home. I love my new Xbox One. However, as it makes its place as my dominant gaming... Read more »