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on the UO campus; their topic will be "The New Anti-Rape Movement on Campus: Networked Survivors Fighting for Reform"; as professors at Occidental College in Los Angeles, they took the lead on a complaint last April alleging that the college violated Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits sex-based discrimination in institutions receiving federal funds; free; sponsored by UO Center for the Study of Women in Society; 541-346-5077 or csws.uoregon.edu/.
Marilyn Holdsworth graduated from Occidental College, where she majored in literature and history.
According to her profile Detlor graduated from Occidental College in Los Angeles in 1932, and joined Facebook in August 2009.
The international human rights regime is an important prism through which to understand issues that are pivotal to the future of the transnational Muslim world, declares Chase (diplomacy and world affairs, Occidental College).
Hayden has taught at Scripps College, Claremont College, Occidental College and the Harvard Institute of Politics.
Linda Lyke, professor of art at Occidental College in Los Angeles, assembled student work from three printmaking classes in "Student Printmakers' Response to Jeffers' Poetry," one of many events in the college's Jeffers Big Read in fall 2009.
Freeman and Co.), Michael Shermer of Occidental College in Los Angeles speculates that many religious visionaries and founders of major religions may have had temporal-lobe seizures that jump-started their mystical journeys.
Ear Sophal, associate professor of diplomacy and world affairs at Occidental College, said Lon Nol's coup was done with 'far fewer mortars, bombs, and tanks' and 'certainly fewer deaths' than Hun Sen's own 1997 power grab, in which he ousted First Prime Minister Norodom Ranariddh.
The installment is set in the late '70s when Obama was still a student at Occidental College in Los Angeles.
She plans to attend either Whitman College or Occidental College in Los Angeles to study sociology and history.
Eva, who had a well documented drug addiction problem up until her death, studied at Occidental College, a private liberal arts college in Los Angeles, in the early 1980s, while Obama, who was a senior at the time, was four years ahead of her.