Eliot Brody
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College reaffirms commitment to protecting and assisting DACA recipients

President Donald Trump announced the end of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Sept. 5, setting March 6, 2018 as the cancellation date for recipients who are not approved for renewal earlier. DACA is a federal policy that offers renewable…

63rd and final karate competition held at Occidental

Occidental hosted its 63rd annual karate competition Oct. 1 in Rush Gym. Five students from the Occidental karate class and instructor Victor Chico competed, and each placed in their respective divisions. The competition was for students of Takayuki Kubota, a…

Emmons explains existing yet surprising no-note policy

Senior Director of Student Wellness Services Sara Semal sent an email to the Occidental community Sept. 21 clarifying that the health center does not write notes excusing students from class. She said later via email that the same policy applies…

Calmer seas in water polo’s future

The Occidental men’s water polo team (0-7) played their sixth and seventh games of the season Sept. 23 at Taylor Pool. The first game ended in an 18–2 loss to Whittier and the second in a close defeat, 17–16, to…

The wait is almost over for the new athletic facilities

Construction will begin this week on the new Townsend Crosthwaite Pool, the new De Mandel Aquatics Center and the expanded McKinnon Family Tennis Center — an expected 15-month, $17.5 million development process, according to Facilities Director Tom Polansky. Donations from Ranier…

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