• Jacqueline Ayala ’14 and Bianca Fonseca Cervantes ’14 make their voices heard through their Educational Empowerment Mural.

    Jacqueline Ayala ’14 and Bianca Fonseca Cervantes ’14 make their voices heard through their Educational Empowerment Mural.

  • Strobe Talbott speaking at Oxy

    Guest speakers, like Strobe Talbott of the Brookings Institution, spark conversation surrounding current events.

  • Students discuss election news during a campus debate watch.

    Oxy students are well-informed and active members of their community.

Oxy Voices

Our campus is small, but we care passionately about the big issues.

Think about Oxy Voices as a work in progress. It's a place where we collect the many conversations that make up life at Oxy, from social media to student-produced videos to whatever comes next.

Our faculty ask a lot of questions, of course, but our students do, too. What does diversity look like? How can Oxy reduce its carbon footprint? When does a strong opinion cross over the line into something offensive?

There are a million ways to talk about the Oxy experience. None of these perceptions of Oxy is right or wrong; what's important is that they are part of the conversation. (And if there is one thing Oxy students are good at, it's being heard.)

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