Professors stage NTT teach-in

Henry Dickmeyer and Carmen Triola

February 24, 2015

Filed under News, On campus

The Non-Tenure-Track (NTT) Faculty Committee launched a two-day educational program on the inequalities between NTT and tenured/tenure-track faculty (T3) today. The program is aligned with the National Adjunct Walkout campaign,... Read more »

NPP implements program changes amid student criticism

Sarah Safuto

February 24, 2015

Filed under News, On campus

The Neighborhood Partnership Program (NPP)—an on-campus organization that hires Occidental students to support youth in at-risk schools—is taking steps to address concerns of inefficiency raised by tutors working... Read more »

What in the world – Week of February 24th

Ximena Santiago

February 24, 2015

Filed under News

Japan. Kagome, a Japanese juice maker, developed a robot named Tomatan designed to be worn on the go. Users wear the backpack-like device, which weighs about 18 pounds and has a tomato-shaped head that dispenses tomatoes... Read more »

Faculty debate merit pay

Faculty debate merit pay

February 17, 2015

Mindfulness series speaker Victor Narro advises self-care for student social activists

Malcolm MacLeod

February 17, 2015

Filed under Events, News, On campus

Victor Narro, project director for the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Downtown Labor Center, gave a talk Thursday titled "Spirituality, Self-Care, and Social Justice Activism." The event in Lower Herrick... Read more »

Administration plans overhaul of college’s marketing strategy

Melina Devoney

February 17, 2015

Filed under News, On campus

Occidental’s Communications, Marketing, & Community Relations department is in the preliminary phase of a conceptual and visual makeover of the college's image to bolster its reputation in the collegiate community... Read more »

What in the World

Ximena Santiago

February 17, 2015

Filed under News, Off campus

China. The Cyberspace Administration of China is enforcing stricter regulations on dating websites to prevent prostitution and fraud. Among the increased controls is a push for real-name registration on matchmaking websites... Read more »