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Thursday, April 2, 2015

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Access and Mentoring to #ReachHigher

Ninde Scholars tutors help low-income and first-generation Oberlin High School students prepare for and apply to college.

 

Student Composers Get a Formalist Education

New creations, written over winter term, spring to life through a string quartet collaboration on campus.

 

Diversify Your Collection

Second-year Kate Diamond spent winter term compiling titles of science fiction and fantasy books with diverse characters into an online database, All Our Worlds. The staff of the Oberlin College Library agreed to add 100 such titles to its collection.

 

LaunchU Awards Top Prizes

Of 19 participating teams, three ventures—Pop Up Plus, Subtletees, and MyChair—were awarded top prizes at the third annual LaunchU venture accelerator and pitch competition.

 

Looking Up

Project is conserving the grand, painted ceiling inside the Allen Memorial Art Museum's King Sculpture Court.

 

Recent Stories

Recent Stories

After Oberlin

After Oberlin

  • Coding and Composing

    Eli Stine '14 unites his two passions, music and computer science, as a Jefferson Fellow in the Composition and Computer Technologies Ph.D. program at the University of Virginia.

     
  • Aiming for the Orchestra

    Hunter Gordon '14 studies bassoon full-time at Rice University's Shepherd School of Music, hoping to begin his career as a professional musician.

     
  • From Physics to Flora

    Kirsten Liebl '13 is following her heart toward a career in horticulture, working at a series of public gardens and farms.